Peter A Allard School of Law

Research & Visitors

One of the key goals of the Centre for Feminist Legal Studies (CFLS) is to strengthen co-operation in research, teaching, and graduate student supervision between scholars working with the Faculty of Law and elsewhere at UBC, as well as links and collaborations between scholars working in different university and community settings in British Columbia, nationally and internationally. The CFLS offers a space for scholars, students and the wider feminist legal community to come together and exchange ideas.  See below for a list of our faculty affiliates as well as projects and publications by faculty and students.

Each year the Centre welcomes feminist scholars from universities across Canada and around the world for visits spanning up to a full academic term. CFLS Visitors become part of a vibrant feminist scholarly community, with more than 20 law faculty members associated with the Centre. Those interested in being a visiting scholar at the CFLS should see our Visiting Scholars page below and contact the CFLS Director. 


 

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