The Feminist Law Students’ Association at the University of Toronto has started a blog (here):
The Feminist Law Students’ Association at the University of Toronto is a group of law students whose overarching goal is to recognize and promote the discussion of gender inequalities within both the law school community and society at large. We hope to break down misconceptions about feminism, and to raise awareness about what feminist legal studies can offer individuals of all genders and backgrounds.
Our plans for the upcoming academic year include study groups to allow students to discuss gender issues that might not be raised in traditional classroom readings of legal materials, panels and workshops to highlight the important feminist academic work faculty members are conducting, and supporting community activist groups who do feminist legal work.
This blog includes information about upcoming events and initiatives, as well as occasional commentaries on cases and current events, in order to provide an example of what a feminist perspective can offer legal analysis.
Feminist Law Students’ Association at UT, welcome to the blogosphere!