Pregnant women are taking a leading role in new legal battles surrounding the right to an abortion. While this is certainly a change of pace from the traditionally male-dominated legal sphere, these new cases have the potential to reshape the legal landscape surrounding reproductive rights. The passage of recent laws in a number of states limiting the availability of abortion services has prompted a raft of legal challenges. Much of this new litigation has been led by women, both in and out of court. There are numerous legal cases that have been filed or are pending, all of which have been spearheaded by pregnant women seeking to protect their right to choose. This new legal paradigm is powered in large part by pregnant women’s movements and organizations such as SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective, who provide support for women in navigating the legal system. With the help of these organizations, cases are being filed in state and federal courts from across the country. In many of these cases, the fight is driven by women who are determined to ensure that their rights won’t be taken away from them. They are willing to take a risk by publicly defending their right to an abortion and going up against powerful opponents. In recent years, we have seen a number of rulings on abortion-related cases that have been positive for women. These victories have been attributed in part to the willingness of pregnant women to come forward and present their cases. It’s clear that pregnant women are increasingly taking the lead in abortion-related legal battles. With the help of women’s organizations and legal advocates, these women are overcoming formidable opponents and continuing to push for the legal recognition of their rights. As more women enter the legal sphere, the more likely the courts are to recognize and vindicate those rights, ensuring that no one will be denied their right to choose.