Greer Donley

University of Pittsburgh Law School

Greer Donley is a John E. Murray Faculty Scholar, Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development, and an Associate Professor of Law at the University Pittsburgh Law School. She is a national expert on abortion and the law. Professor Donley published widely in top legal journals and been quoted extensively in the media, especially on topics related to medication abortion, interjurisdictional abortion conflicts, and the impact of abortion bans on other aspects of reproductive healthcare. Her co-authored paper, The New Abortion Battleground, was downloaded over 20,000 times, covered widely in the media, and cited by the Supreme Court’s dissent in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Professor Donley’s scholarship, advocacy, and teaching have been recognized through a variety of awards, including a Chancellor’s Distinguished Research Award (junior category), Marion Young Award for Political Engagement, and Robert T. Harper Excellence in Teaching Award. In 2022, she was the 11th most downloaded law professor on SSRN.