This week we’re showcasing the work of a handful of Osgoode’s dynamic Graduate Students (click here for more info on our Grad Program). Please note the location in the Ross Building this week (no more Friday afternoon events at Osgoode – the building project has priority). Come and eat, listen, think, talk with us.
Friday October 29th 1:40-3:30 Ross South 839
Chair: Professor Lisa Philipps, Osgoode – Associate Director, Research and Graduate Studies
Farah Deeba Chowdhury , PhD. Candidate Osgoode Appropriation of Wives’ Income: A New Form of Dowry in Bangladesh
Noel Semple, PhD. Candidate Osgoode The Pursuit of Settlement in Family Court: A Feminist Analysis
Christina Hollingshead, PhD. Candidate Osgoode When Mothers Murder: Interrogating the Psychology and the Legitimacy of the Infanticide Defence in Canada
Commentary: Professor Susan Drummond, Osgoode