Doing Feminist Legal Work (DFLW) is a new network of Feminist Legal Scholars funded by the Irish Research Council of Ireland under the New Foundations Shared Island scheme. DFLW connects those interested in feminism and the law across Ireland, Northern Ireland and Britain addressing emerging issues of gender and law. DFLW is a sustainable network of feminist scholars that builds on existing, but ad hoc, North/South and East/West collaborations. All interested in feminist legal work, academics, PGRs, Practitioners and activists are welcome. The project is led by Dr Maebh Harding (UCD) and Prof Aoife O'Donoghue (QUB)
This event will include the launch of the Northern/Ireland Feminist Constitutional Futures Project's Cloak, created by Dr Emma Campbell with Prof Catherine O'Rourke and Prof Máiréad Enright, the launch of the Doing Feminist Legal Work Pedagogy Guide and a panel discussion on mentoring and support.
There will also be a discussion around the future of the network. Further details on the network available at www.dflw.ie