Jessie Weber participates in a Johns Hopkins panel discussing the impact of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs ruling on marginalized groups.

Jessie WeberOn September 29, BGL partner Jessie Weber served as panelist in a discussion entitled, “Changing Landscapes: Impacts of the June 2022 Supreme Court Ruling on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.” The event, hosted by the Johns Hopkins University Office of Diversity and Inclusion, examined the impact on gender and sexual minorities in the wake of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization ruling.

Other panelists included:

  • Dr. Raegan McDonald-Mosely, Executive Director, Power to Decide
  • Dr. Jessica Lee, University of Maryland

Jessie – who helps clients navigate a diverse range of difficult legal issues, with a focus on civil rights, including disability and LGBTQ+ rights – offered her insight on the legal implications of this ruling and its potential spillover effects for various marginalized groups.


In addition to her robust civil rights practice, Jessie Weber enjoys advocating for clients in employment law (including wage and hour cases) and appellate litigation issues. She is known for her groundbreaking work in obtaining equal access for individuals with disabilities to voting, websites, and government information and services. Jessie is well versed in both complex litigation and negotiations and enjoys using a range of tools to obtain justice for her clients.