Where We Stand

At Page 2, our mission is to help law firms communicate better. Like the firms we represent, we see our role as advocating for and amplifying the messages of our clients. So, in general, we keep our personal and political opinions separate from our work.

Today, however, we want to be very clear. When it comes to the basic human right of bodily autonomy, we are not neutral. We are a woman-owned business, an entity suddenly made vulnerable by the Supreme Court’s decision to place sweeping limitations on women’s self-determination, autonomy and equal status as persons.

When Americans are not allowed to make private, personal choices about control of their own bodies or to access life-saving health care, and gerrymandered state legislatures are empowered to enshrine forced pregnancy regimes based on fundamentalist Christian philosophies, we cannot pretend that Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization is just another piece of litigation.

When six Supreme Court justices, five of whom were appointed by presidents who lost the popular vote, decide to take away a constitutional right from half the population, we cannot see it for anything other than what it is: rule by judges, rather than the rule of law.

We are proud to offer our services to those attorneys and firms who stand, as we do, firmly on the side of human rights and the rule of law.