Details like RSVP links and rooms still to come for the January events but all welcome to all of these talks.
Friday November 16 1230-2 in Room 4034 IKB (Osgoode)
Camille Gear Rich (USC Gould School of Law)
Is it a Man’s World? A Feminist Reimagining the Right to Free Speech in the Aftermath of the Charlottesville Race Riots
Camille Gear Rich’s research and teaching interests include constitutional law, feminist legal theory, family law, children and the law and the First Amendment. She is the founder and director of PRISM: The USC Initiative for the Study of Race, Gender, Sexuality and the Law. She is also the founding director of Gould’s First Generation Legal Professionals program. Rich is widely know for her research on law, discrimination and identity formation issues related to race, class, gender and sexuality.
Lunch served. Please RSVP https://webform.osgoode.yorku.ca/view.php?id=338726
Thursday January 17th 1230-2 Room TBA
Alice Woolley (Calgary Law)
Nasty Women and the Rule of Law: How we talk about Women Lawyers
Alice Woolley’s research interests are in the areas of legal ethics and professional regulation, with a particular interest in the intersection of professional regulation, moral philosophy and moral psychology. She is the author of Understanding Lawyers’ Ethics in Canada and co-author and co-editor of Lawyers’ Ethics and Professional Regulation, 2nd ed.. Her academic articles have discussed the good character requirement for law society admission, the regulation of extra-professional misconduct, access to justice, the regulation of civility, lawyer self-regulation and the theoretical foundations of the lawyer’s role.
Wednesday January 23 2019 1230
Catherine Hernandez, Author, Playwright, Activist
Community, Connection and Access to Justice: In Conversation with Catherine Hernandez
A conversation with author, playwright, activist Catherine Hernandez (@theloudlady) about her book Scarborough, access to justice and building community beyond institutional structures.
Valentine’s Day Special | Hennick Centre (with IFLS support)
Carlos Ball (Rutgers) “Queering the Corporation”
Information and RSVP to Come