Brittany Chung

2022 Public Interest Grant Recipient

Brittany (she/her) is a rising second year at UCLA School of Law, where she is a member of the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy. Prior to coming to UCLA Law, Brittany worked as a legal advocate for domestic violence survivors in Philadelphia. During her time in the city, Brittany helped organize a campaign to shut down crisis pregnancy centers and a community listening project about self-managed abortion care. She also served as a community organizing fellow for an abortion fund and a member of a practical support network that provided transportation and lodging for people seeking abortion services. This upcoming summer, Brittany will be working with the ACLU of Southern California’s LGBTQ, Gender & Reproductive Justice Project. Brittany firmly believes that true reproductive justice is rooted in racial, gender, and economic justice and encompasses issues of family safety and affordable and accessible healthcare. She hopes for a world where everyone has full control over what their family looks like.