Biography

Yvonne (“Yvette”) Lindgren earned her LLM and JSD from UC Berkeley School of Law and her JD from Hastings College of the Law. Upon graduating, Professor Lindgren served as a post-doctoral legal fellow at the Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice at Berkeley Law. She was co-executive editor of the first-edition casebook, Cases on Reproductive Rights and Justice, co-authored by Melissa Murray and Kristin Luker, published in 2015. Professor Lindgren was an assistant professor of law at Indiana Tech Law School from 2015-2017. Her research and scholarship focus on reproductive rights, constitutional law, and health law policy. Her work has appeared in Utah Law Review, Hastings Law Journal, Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly, American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & Law, The Women’s Rights Law Reporter, and Domestic Violence Reporter. Her most recent article, “The Doctor Requirement: Griswold, Privacy, and At-Home Reproductive Care,” is forthcoming in Constitutional Commentary. She teaches courses in constitutional law, torts, family law, and community property.

Education
BA, University of California, Los Angeles
JD, University of California, Hastings
LLM, University of California, Berkeley
JSD, University of California, Berkeley
Law Review and Journal Articles
“The Doctor Requirement: Griswold, Privacy, and At-Home Reproductive Care,” 32 Constitutional Commentary 341 (2017). SSRN
“From Rights to Dignity: Drawing Lessons from the Movements for Aid in Dying and Reproductive Rights,” 5 Utah Law Review 779 (2016). SSRN
“The Rhetoric of Choice: Restoring Healthcare to the Abortion Right,” 64 Hastings Law Journal 385 (2013). SSRN
“Personal Autonomy: Towards a New Taxonomy for Privacy Law,” 31 Women's Rights Law Reporter 447 (2010). SSRN
“The Gendered Nature of Domestic Violence: Statistical Data for Lawyers Considering Equal Protection Analysis,” 17 American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law 159 (2009). (Co-author: Molly Dragiewicz at University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT). Excerpted in Nancy K. D. Lemon, Domestic Violence Law (4th ed 2013). Cited in amicus briefs in WMAD v. The Family Protection Services Board, No. 35558 (Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia 2011). Reviewed in Domestic Violence Rep., April-May 2010, at 56.) SSRN
“Emission Reduction Credits: Smoke on the Horizon for Takings Clause Claimants,” 18 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 667 (1991). Read here
Presentations
Presenter, “Scapegoating the Abortion Right: The Conservative Revolution and the Economic Decline of the Working Class,” American Constitution Society Constitutional Law Scholars Forum, Barry University School of Law, Orlando, Florida (March 2018)
Panelist, “Scapegoating the Abortion Right: The Conservative Revolution and the Economic Decline of the Working Class,” National Conference of Constitutional Law Scholars, Arizona School of Law, Tuscon, Arizona (March 2018)
Presenter, “Scapegoating Abortion Rights: The Conservative Revolution and the Economic Decline of the Working Class,” Equality Law Scholars' Forum, Berkeley, California (November 2017)