The Richmond Lectures are the University's flagship public lecture series. They aim to promote cross-disciplinary discussion by hosting leading thinkers and speakers. The Richmond Lectures are made unique by the fact that speakers are nominated and invited solely by students.
The series takes place each year at the Richmond Building, home of the Students' Union, and are free to attend for students, staff, and the public.
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5 December 6.30pm | Anson Rooms
Erika Rackley is a Professor of Law at Kent University with an interest in law, gender and feminism with a particular focus on judicial diversity and feminist legal history.
Alongside her sole-authored research, she has co-led large collaborative, cross-disciplinary research projects including the Feminist Judgments Project and, more recently, the Women’s Legal Landmarks Project.
Her individual and co-authored scholarship has shaped legislation and policy in the UK and has been widely cited by senior members of the national and international judiciary and in government, parliamentary and policy/NGO reports.
In this talk Erika will be looking at the history of women and law, particularly in the legal profession as well as looking to the future.