Women in law – Thank you!

March 8, 2019

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Happy International Women’s Day! That’s a wrap for our “Women in Law/ Trusted Voices” project. The Law team at Elgar would like to thank everyone who contributed and got involved this week. We have been inspired both personally and professionally by the posts and it’s been a wonderful opportunity to celebrate our women in law as well as the work of the wider legal community. If anyone would like to share their story, advice or general comments in the same vein as what we have been doing this week please do not hesitate to get in touch with us and we will share your stories as widely as possible.

Keep an eye out for what else we will be doing at Elgar to help mark the centenary of the removal of the sex disqualification act 1919 in collaboration with the ‘First 100 Years Project’.

Iram Satti and Stephanie Tytherleigh

Lastly, we are now opening up some free content for you to enjoy for a week.

Gender equality: international law and national constitutions
Wendy Lacey

A practitioner’s account: the Constitution Assessment for Women’s Equality
Melanie Allen

Freedom, women’s rights and the rise of the sexual security regime
Ratna Kapur

International law and feminism
Adrien K. Wing

In defense of liberal feminism
Sylvia A. Law

Gender equality and family in European populist radical-right agendas: European parliamentary debates 2014
Andrea Krizsán and Birte Siim



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