Kim Brooks (Dalhousie University - Schulich School of Law) has posted Why Feminism Matters to the Study of Law ((2015) 27(2) Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 207-223) on SSRN. Here is the abstract:
Queen’s Law Faculty is home to Feminist Legal Studies Queen’s, a research group that expands awareness and development of scholarship in feminist legal studies, enables the development of feminist legal scholars at Queen's, and fosters connections among feminists with an interest in law. In Fall 2014, I had the privilege of returning to Queen’s Law to give the first seminar in FLSQ’s 2014-2015 lecture series. I was tasked with providing some reflections on why feminist legal theory matters. What follows is the text from the talk.