Welcome to the second issue of feminists@law
AbstractWe are proud to present the second issue of feminists@law. Our first piece in this issue is Madhumanti Mukherjee’s alternative feminist judgment in the Indian Supreme Court case of Sakshi v. Union of India. The issue will develop over the next few months to include papers on Nordic Feminist Perspectives, Feminist Engagements with the Commons, and Latin American Feminism and Constitutionalism. We will also be publishing new articles and video material. We hope you enjoy the issue.
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