Susan B Boyd, “Spaces and Challenges: Feminism in Legal Academia”

Working Abstract

As soon as a critical mass of women enter an academic environment or a profession, people tend to assume that inequality has been eliminated and that any need for discussion of feminism (defined here as the struggle to eliminate the conditions of oppression faced by women in all their diversity) has passed. This article argues that this assumption is mistaken in the context of legal education and that it remains important to ensure that the insights of feminism are woven into the legal curriculum and processes within the law school.

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