Elizabeth W Sepper in the News
Elizabeth W Sepper’s faculty profile
December 8, 2022
Professor Elizabeth Sepper speaks on Justice Neil Gorsuch's reference to antidiscrimination law education being a "re-education training program."
December 1, 2022
An amicus brief co-authored by Professor Elizabeth Sepper is quoted about a case involving a web designer who doesn’t feel comfortable designing for nuptial celebrations for same-sex couples.
October 20, 2022
Professor Elizabeth Sepper is quoted in a new story about the complexity of the legal landscape regarding abortion in a post-Roe Texas.
September 4, 2022
Professor Elizabeth Sepper discusses the negative impact that Catholic health care has on access to contraception during a time where many conservative states are facing an outright ban on abortion.
August 25, 2022
Professor Elizabeth Sepper is interviewed on the Texas trigger law and the implications surrounding the complete ban on abortion.
August 25, 2022
Professor Elizabeth Sepper expresses her concern about the Texas trigger law and the lack of abortion access in the state, potentially leading to increased infant and maternal mortality rates, amongst other healthcare problems, in low-income and rural areas of Texas.
August 24, 2022
Professor Elizabeth Sepper is interviewed on recent lawsuits in Texas and Idaho where abortion bans are being challenged in light of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA).
Dallas Morning News
August 23, 2022
Professor Elizabeth Sepper comment on the emotional weight of interrogations in abortion-felony cases, in an article about ideologically divided district courts on the subject of the abortion ban.
August 18, 2022
Professor Elizabeth Sepper explains the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA), a federal law the Biden administration is attempting to use to secure some abortion access following the overturning of
Roe v. Wade.
August 5, 2022
Professor Elizabeth Sepper co-authors an op ed piece on impending state-federal legal battles over abortion and emergency care, and how the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act comes into play.