This academic discussion will both highlight the practical effect of feminist theories and debate existing stances of the law.
Here are our confirmed speakers: - Philippa Webb is Professor of Public International Law. Professor Webb’s research interests are in public international law, including all aspects of immunities, international dispute settlement, international criminal law, international humanitarian law, international human rights law, and the law of international organisations. - Professor Ann Mumford leads the undergraduate module in the Law of Personal Taxation (LLB) and co-leads the undergraduate module, US Constitutional Law (LLB). Professor Ann Mumford specialises in tax law, fiscal institutions and equality. The scope of her published work has ranged from feminist perspectives on taxation law; to, as a contributor to the “new” fiscal sociology movement, the integration of tax legal scholarship into the realm of economic sociology. - Dr Jonathan Gingerich is a Lecturer in Philosophy of Law. Dr Gingerich’s research expertise includes legal and political philosophy, ethics, and aesthetics, with additional research interests in feminist theory, 19th and 20th Century Continental philosophy, and applied ethics.
The event will be held on Zoom, and you will receive an email with the meeting link closer to the date of the event.
Students from all degrees, universities and genders are welcome to attend!
Please note that this event is subject to the KWIL non-attendance policy: https://d051b64b-c99e-4f3f-83c3-ef8b35a8fd25.filesusr.com/ugd/ac3966_dd0ac3037b4e40afb78b2d49a5df5c2e.pdf
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