Caroline Sprague has been selected to receive the Post-Dobbs Assisted Reproductive Technologies and the Law Writing Award. She has been recognized for a paper that discusses the effects of the Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision on assisted reproductive medicine. The Jones Foundation partnered with representatives from Georgetown Law’s O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law in a joint effort to encourage innovative and thorough research and analysis of the legal implications that will affect medical practices in the United States.
Ms. Sprague is a recent cum laude graduate from Georgetown University Law Center and an incoming associate at Skadden Arps’ New York office. She was the executive administrative editor of the Georgetown Law Journal, a peer tutor, and a judicial extern for the Ninth Circuit. Caroline graduated magna cum laude from Duke University in 2020.
To read Caroline Sprague’s award-winning paper entitled On Embryos and the Uh-Ohs: An assessment of the Post-Dobbs Risk of Negligent Homicide and Involuntary Manslaughter Prosecutions for Destruction of Embryos, click HERE.