http://blogs.law.columbia.edu/genderandsexualitylawblog/ draws on Columbia Law’s great bench strength in the area. They even have a related legal clinic. Interesting reading with frequent posts from the excellent and interesting Professor Katherine Franke.
A Collective Conversation
The IFLS sponsored and hosted this meeting of over 20 feminist legal scholars teaching at Canadian universities. Roundtables were lively and new scholars were invited to present their work to the group. The day created new friendships and renewed others. Attendees included Osgoode Professors Mary Jane Mossman (the IFLS director), Toni Williams, Carys Craig, and Sonia Lawrence, along with York’s Annie Bunting and former Osgoode student Carissima Mathen (UNB).
What? You don’t know about www.rabble.ca? Great site with blogging and (beware, apparently they are addictive) forums. High level of feminist content (the site’s founder is Judy Rebick).
LEAF’s website (www.leaf.ca) doesn’t include blogging (yet?) but it does have information on current interventions and past work. You can join online, too.
With contributions from several Osgoode faculty members past and present, including editors Brenda Cossman (now UToronto) and Judy Fudge (now UVic), this book started as a collaborative research project of the IFLS.