A series of public lectures on Law, Gender and Sexuality
The LEX Research Network is excited to launch LEX Public which showcases the work of leading researchers who have made a significant contribution to the field of law, gender, and sexuality. The lectures will speak to cutting edge issues which are at the heart of law, gender, and sexuality research. Reflecting features of the network, the LEX Public series covers transdisciplinary and international research. We invite any interested members of the public to join our ongoing conversations about law, gender, and sexuality through these events.
Speakers and dates:
We are delighted to announce our speakers:
‘What is a feminist sense of social justice?’ (click for abstract)
Speaker: Professor Martha Fineman
Chair: Professor Jill Marshall
Date: Wednesday 27th October 2021
Time: 13:00 EST, 18:00 GMT+1 and 19:00 CET +1, 1pm EST
Professor Sandra Walklate, 1st December 2021
Professor Drucilla Cornell, 2 March 2022
Professor Joanne Conaghan, TBA 2022
Registration will open for the other lectures in due course. Keep up to date by checking in on the LEX website and following us on twitter @ResearchLex
A Respectful and Safe Environment:
The LEX Network recognises that discrimination, prejudice and victimisation on the basis of personal attributes, including gender identity and expression, is a violation of human rights and it will not be tolerated. As part of this series of public events we will put in place measures to ensure respectful dialogue and a safe environment.
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