DLA Piper Hall, Rm 104
What we talk about when we talk about rights: infinite loops and uncertain futures for feminist legal strategies
Professor Sonia Lawrence, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
Professor Sonia Lawrence joined the Osgoode Hall faculty in 2001. She graduated from the University of Toronto's joint LLB/MSW program, went on to serve as law clerk to Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin of the Supreme Court of Canada, and pursued graduate work at Yale Law School. One of Canada’s leading scholars of critical race feminism in law, Professor Lawrence’s work centers on the critical analysis of legal conception of equality. She teaches constitutional law and equality-related courses and seminars. She is currently serving as the Director of Osgoode's Graduate Program and the Director of the Institute for Feminist Legal Studies.
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