Sapna Khatri, J.D., is the Sears Clinical Teaching Fellow. Her research explores the discriminatory impact of new technology and barriers to accessing sexual and reproductive healthcare. During her fellowship, Khatri will work on legal and policy issues concerning privacy, reproductive health, and LGBTQ rights. Before joining the Williams Institute, she worked as Advocacy & Policy Counsel for the Women’s and Reproductive Rights Project at the ACLU of Illinois, focusing on religious refusals to reproductive healthcare and the connection of crisis pregnancy centers to faith-based medical providers. Khatri has a J.D. from the Washington University School of Law and a B.A. in International Studies and a B.J. in Strategic Communication from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Her publications have appeared in the Washington University Global Studies Law Review and the Chicago Sun-Times, among others.
Law Teaching Fellow