Legal scholar Ikemoto applies critical race and critical feminist theory to an intersectional examination of reproductive rights and justice issues. The goal of reproductive justice is for every person to have all the means necessary to make self-determining decisions on behalf of themselves. This includes access to education, safe neighborhoods, and environmental justice.
Lisa Ikemoto is the Martin Luther King Jr. Professor of Law at the UC Davis School of Law. Professor Ikemoto is a Board Member of the Feminist Research Institute, a Bioethics Associate of the U.C. Davis Health System Bioethics Program, and a Faculty Associate of the U.C. Davis Center for Science and Innovation Studies.