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Women in Law. Girl Least Likely 2.0

March 8, 2019

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” My influence as a young woman, and subsequently, has come from being curious, seeking knowledge, full of ideas that were solutions-oriented, and having the confidence to speak. My dominant characteristic is a sense of accountability; that we must act if things are going to change for the better.”

Susan Harris Rimmer is Associate Professor , Griffith University Law School, Australia

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Women in Law. Childcare: It’s Also a Man’s World

March 7, 2019

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“We are at an exciting point in the debate about achieving equality of opportunity in the work place”

Saima Hanif is a Barrister at 3 Verulam Buildings, Gray’s Inn, London, UK

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Women in Law. The Feminist Lawyer I Became

March 5, 2019

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“I realized that I could really make a (maybe small, but still) change”

Sara De Vido is assistant professor of international law at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy, and affiliate to the Manchester International Law Centre, UK, where she co-founded the Women in International Law Network (WILNET). She wrote a book on the Istanbul Convention in 2016 (Donne, violenza e diritto internazionale), and several articles on the Convention and the impact of its ratification by the EU.

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Women in Law. So Many Roles to Play, So Little Time

March 5, 2019

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“What I wish for the world: less judging, more kindness.”

Metka Potočnik, is a Lecturer in Law at Wolverhampton Law School, University of Wolverhampton, UK.

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Women in Law. Cricket Bats and Constitutions

March 5, 2019

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“I have the honour of teaching the new generations of lawyers and I think they are extraordinary. Despite threats to global world order and general destabilisation, I am very hopeful for the future of women in international law”

Danielle Ireland Piper is Associate Professor of International and Comparative Constitutional Law at Bond University, Australia.

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