Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum participates on a panel exploring the harsh implications of the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade in a program hosted by Chizuk Amuno Congregation.

Managing Partner Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum participated on a panel where she with a Rabbi and an abortion provider explored the rabbinic, legal, and medical implications of the Supreme Court’s leaked draft opinion in the case of Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health.

The program, entitled “The End of Roe v. Wade? A Jewish Perspective on Reproductive Rights and What This Could Mean for Our Country,” was hosted by Pikesville’s Chizuk Amuno Congregation and moderated by Sally Grant, a former President of the Maryland ACLU and strong advocate for women’s rights. Sharon was honored to address in-person and virtual attendees alongside the congregation’s Rabbi Debi Wechsler and Dr. Chavi Kahn, Director of Abortion Services for Planned Parenthood of Maryland.

Sharon discussed how the forthcoming Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the draft for which was leaked earlier this year, will impact abortion access for women throughout the country. She also addressed its potential implications on other critically important Constitutional rights founded in the right to privacy, including marriage equality.

“Like so many individuals, I am very concerned by the draft opinion written by Justice Alito,” said Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, Managing Partner of Brown, Goldstein & Levy. “If Roe is indeed overturned, access to critical health care will be curtailed in difficult ways for many women across the country. This would also be the first time the United States Supreme Court has eliminated a fundamental right upon which women have relied for decades.”

The program was co-sponsored by more than a dozen leading Jewish organizations from the Baltimore region, including the Baltimore Jewish Council.


Photo of Sharon Krevor-WeisbaumSharon Krevor-Weisbaum fights tirelessly on behalf of her client and takes great pride in her role as Managing Partner of Brown, Goldstein & Levy while continuing her active practice on behalf of a varied client base. She remains a passionate and forceful advocate for individuals with disabilities and their families who confront barriers in education, high-stakes testing, employment, housing, and accessing state and federal services and supports. In partnership with others at BGL, Sharon works to provide her clients with the legal talents that will best serve their needs, whether through advocacy, education, litigation, or negotiation. Sharon looks forward to continuing to share her extensive experience, passion, and sense of justice with her clients and welcomes others to consider her as their legal advisor.