Grad students present their work (this week): Boundaries and Connections

boundaries and connections april 302014Wednesday April 30 Room 2026 (Faculty Common Room) Osgoode Hall Law School. Lunch will be served. RSVP to


This event will feature short “work in progress” presentations by graduate students (LLM & doctoral level) with commentary from Osgoode professors. The event aims at offering spaces to talk about various challenges (methodological, writing related, substantive) which beset researchers at every stage of their careers. Research and writing oriented communities can help us work through these problems, by pushing our work forward and by opening it to scrutiny and suggestion.


Boundaries and Connections 

Graduate Student Work in Law & Socio-legal Studies
Preet Virdi (SOAS, PhD Cand.) The gendered socio-legal concept of izzat in Punjabi Sikh diasporic communities Comments: Professor Janet Mosher (Osgoode)

Jillian Rogin (Osgoode, LLM Cand.) Investigating Gladue, Aboriginality & gender in bail and sentencing Comments: Professor Sonia Lawrence (Osgoode)

Asad Kiyani (UBC, SJD Cand.) Towards a Post-Colonial International Criminal Law Comments: Professor Obiora Okafor (Osgoode)


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