Aziza Ahmed Professor of Law email@example.com 617.373.3250 Expertise COVID-19, reproductive rights, sexual health rights Aziza Ahmed in the Press Texas Public Radio Texas Passes Restrictive Abortion Measures, Effective In September Aziza Ahmed, professor of law at Northeastern University School of Law; former Bennett Boskey Visiting Professor of Law at Harvard University. Pandemic Fatigue, Meet Pandemic Anger “The initial research we’re seeing on persuading people to ‘socially distance’ suggests that messages framed in that way tend to be the most effective,” says David DeSteno, a professor of psychology at Northeastern University. Such conversations may also be more effective with people you know, according to Aziza Ahmed, a health law professor at Northeastern. Law360 How Amy Coney Barrett Could Upend Abortion Rights “The best indicator of how a judge will rule in the future is how they’ve ruled in a majority opinion or in a dissent,” said Aziza Ahmed, a law professor at Northeastern University. “She has articulated a position that is against Roe and against being pro-choice. They are warning signs that she will rule that way […] CNBC Bill Gates suggests calling out non-mask wearers—but here’s what experts say you should do Aziza Ahmed, a law professor who specializes in health at Northeastern University, advises it’s okay to put “little bit of social pressure on people” you know, but not necessarily with strangers. How to talk to your neighbors about social distancing Aziza Ahmed, a professor of law at Northeastern University in Boston, said what while some state shelter-in-place orders specify fines and incarceration for violations, each state can choose how strictly to enforce the rules. What To Do When People Don’t Practice Social Distancing “In these moments of uncertainty we all suddenly feel the need to police our own behavior, but also police other people’s behavior as well,” says Northeastern University health law professor Aziza Ahmed. Neighbors Not Practicing Social Distancing? Here’s What to Do “Most people are trying to act in the best way they know how in the context of not knowing too much about a virus that’s killing a lot of people,” said Aziza Ahmed, professor of law at the Northeastern University School of Law and an expert on health law. Standing Too Close. Not Covering Coughs. If Someone Is Violating Social Distancing Rules, What Do You Do? “Everyone is stressed out and fearful for their own health,” says Northeastern University law professor Aziza Ahmed, an expert in health law. “We have to be sensitive to what other people have the capacity to do.” You’ve Tested Positive for COVID-19. Who Has a Right to Know? In some instances, people can sue others for making them sick, explains Aziza Ahmed, a professor of law at Northeastern University. PBS As “Abortion Reversal” Laws Spread, Doctors and Scientists are Pushing Back Aziza Ahmed, a law professor at Northeastern University, explained that his studies are an example of the expansion of “pro-life” science. Aziza Ahmed for Northeastern Global News The person walking past you isn’t wearing a mask. What should you say? The person walking past you isn’t wearing a mask. What should you say? It’s best to avoid hostility and communicate with empathy when it comes to helping people understand why covering their faces can slow the spread of the virus, say Northeastern researchers. The unique plan to fund abortions in New York City The unique plan to fund abortions in New York City New York City officials recently set aside $250,000 to help poor women who travel from other states to obtain abortions in the city, an action that acknowledges the broader national debate over access to abortion, says Aziza Ahmed, a Northeastern law professor who studies health law. Faculty experts reflect on the Boston Marathon bombing Faculty experts reflect on the Boston Marathon bombing The fourth event in Northeastern’s yearlong educational series on civic sustainability last Wednesday focused on suspect motivation, the importance of resilience, and the role of social media.