feminist legal professionals reshaping the legal community of tomorrow.
University of Windsor 2017
In October 2016, a small assortment of first-year students at Windsor Law met to discuss participating in the national campaign. This determined group of strangers quickly bonded over the shared goal of producing a collection of portraits that would showcase feminist voices. Over the next two months, they held four photo shoots that produced 80 portraits, featuring students, faculty, alumni, and judges. Through their enthusiastic response, the Windsor legal community illustrated this year that they truly understand that law needs feminism.
Photos: Angela Zhu Design: Paris Wildman-Sisk
National Forum 2017
McGill University 2016
In April 2016, the Feminist Collective of McGill Law held their second photo shoot. The 2016 photo campaign took a different prompt, that is asking participants to complete the sentence Law Needs Feminism Because [...]. It was this photo campaign that inspired other law faculties across the country to hold their own photo shoots.
McGill Coffeehouse 2017
McGill University 2017
On January 23rd and 24th, 80 law students and faculty members gathered on the 3rd floor of New Chancellor Day Hall to get their portraits taken by Whitney Lewis-Smith.
Thanks to Alex Tran for doing the graphic design, which tied everything together so beautifully.