Course:Law3020/2014WT1/Group R/Feminist Jurisprudence
Introduction to Feminist Theories and Jurisprudence
The feminist approach to jurisprudence is both modern and multi-dimensional. The diversity within the theory itself stems from the nature of the theory being centred around the "lived experiences of women". No two people are alike, and thus a theory which champions the different perspectives and experiences of all women is inherently complex with many different approaches and ideas.
Despite the differences that exist there are underlying concepts which are core to the theory of feminist jurisprudence. 
Response to Feminist Critiques
Toward Feminist Jurisprudence
Application to B.M v British Columbia (Attorney General)
- Dworkin, 139