Academic Co-lead, Violence Against Women Hub
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Diana Majury is a long-time advocate for women’s rights and equality. Majury has been an active feminist for over 30 years, working with organizations such as the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund, the National Association of Women and the Law and the Elizabeth Fry Society. She is also a professor in the Department of Law and Legal Studies at Carleton, where her research interests include feminist legal theory, lesbian issues, violence against women and women’s health. But her impressive resume doesn’t end there. Majury is a founding member of the Women’s Court of Canada, as well as the Feminist History Society.
Alongside Kim Pate, Diana Majury is our co-lead for the Violence Against Women hub of CFICE, and we are incredibly proud to have her on board!
Areas of Interest: Criminal Law, Feminist Legal Theory, Human Rights, Lesbian Issues, Sex Equality Theory, Violence Against Women, Women’s Health, Law and Literature