Sapna Khatri, J.D., is the Sears Clinical Teaching Fellow. Her research explores the intersection of privacy, technology, and reproductive justice. Before joining the Williams Institute, she worked as a Staff Attorney with the Women’s & Reproductive Rights Project at the ACLU of Illinois, and later as an Advocacy & Policy Counsel with the organization. She led amicus efforts on a religious refusals case before the IL Human Right Commission and lobbied for the successful passage of the Reproductive Health Act and Protecting Household Privacy Act. Khatri has a J.D. from Washington University 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. She currently also serves as a Fellow with the Internet Law & Policy Foundry.
Law Teaching Fellow