Law Needs Feminism Because
 
 

2017 National Forum
x Montreal

 
 
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On March 11, 2017, 175 people united together in Montreal to speak about why law needs feminism and explore what we can do in our professional practice and communities to foster more equitable access to justice—all of this just eleven months after we released the first 33 portraits through the Feminist Collective of McGill Law.

 

keynote speaker, Amanda Ghahremani

 
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“Law needs intersectional feminism because it is only through the flooding of legal spaces: the law firms, the courtrooms, the benches, the international tribunals with women, women of colour, disabled women, women who by virtue of their experiences will ensure that women’s narrative stories and phenomenology play a central role in our justice mechanisms, that we will see change.”

Our Keynote Speaker, Amanda Ghahremani

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

thanks to the generous support of our community supporters who helped shape this first national forum & wildly grow our initiative

Alumni Student Engagement Fund (ASEF)
Angela Campbell, in support of a critical equity initiative for McGill
Association for the Voice of Education in Quebec (AVEQ)
Association of McGill University Research Employees (AMURE)
Institute for Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies (IGSF)
McGill Alumni Association - Student Sponsorship Program
Montréalaise Atelier
Post-Graduate Students Society (PGSS)

 
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