Welcome to the Transnational Law and Policy Center Journal Club
In late 2022, the UOW Transnational Law and Policy Centre (TLPC) has recently established a reading group by the name ‘Transnational Law and Policy Center Journal Club’ (TLPC JC). The purpose of the TLPC JC is to provide a forum for academics and doctoral candidates to share and develop ideas within the field of transnational law.
The TLP JC aims to conduct six annual sessions, which run for 45 minutes each.
The sessions consist of casual discussions of readings, chapters and other relevant media within the field of transnational and comparative law. The TLPC JC invite any scholars with a passion for knowledge on matters of transnational law to join the upcoming sessions to enhance and expand knowledge amongst their peers.
TLPC JC Meeting 2 November 2022.
- Catherine Powell & Adrien K. Wing, Introduction to the Symposium on Feminist Approaches to International Law Thirty Years on: Still Alienating Oscar?, 116 AJIL UNBOUND259–263 (2022)..
- Karen Engle, Looking Back to Think Forward: What We Might Learn from Cold War Feminist Movements, 116 AJIL UNBOUND264–269 (2022).
Discussant: Dr Elizabeth Sheargold (Vice Chancellor’s Post-Doctoral Research Fellow)
Upcoming TLPC JC Meeting Wednesday 7 December 2022
The next TLPC JC meeting will be held on Wednesday 7 December 2022.
Article to be discussed:
- Amrita Bahri, Women at the Frontline of COVID-19: Can Gender Mainstreaming in Free Trade Agreements Help?, 23 J. Int. Econ. Law, 563–582 (2020).
Discussant: Ms. Sreelakshmi Sreekala Kurup (PhD Candidate, Faculty of Law)
Should you wish to attend this meeting, please contact the TLPC team (firstname.lastname@example.org) and the Zoom details will be provided.