Katherine Kraschel

Northeastern University

Katherine (Katie) Kraschel JD, is an Associate Professor of Law and Health Sciences at Northeastern University. Kraschel’s scholarship focuses on the intersection of reproduction, gender, bioethics, and health policy with a particular concentration on reproductive technologies. Her current research projects explore reproductive justice and fertility care, and the future fertility care access and regulation in the wake of Dobbs. Kraschel joined the faculty at Northeastern following seven years co-teaching the Reproductive Rights and Justice Clinic at Yale Law School where she served as Executive Director of the Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy. Her work has appeared in prominent journals including the Journal of the American Medical Association; the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender; American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology; and the Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics. She is the author of multiple book chapters on issues related to fertility care and assisted reproduction and is a co-editor (with Glenn Cohen, Abbe Gluck, and Carmel Shachar) of COVID-19 and the Law: Disruption, Impact, and Legacy (2023).