Josia Klein is the Huber reproductive health equity legal fellow at the National Partnership for Women & Families, where she contributes to policy and legal work on reproductive health, rights and justice issues, including federal and state policy on abortion coverage and access, contraception, and other sexual and reproductive health issues.
Prior to joining the National Partnership, Josia served as a judicial law clerk for two federal judges at the district court and appellate levels. She received her JD from the University of Chicago and her BA from The Ohio State University. In law school, she was a managing editor of The Law Review, involved in the International Human Rights Clinic, and president of the student reproductive justice group.
Josia is a proud Midwesterner, an avid reader, and a doting cat parent.