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University of Toronto Law Journal: Transfiguring Justice: Trans People and the Law LXVIII:1 (Winter 2018)

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Title

University of Toronto Law Journal: Transfiguring Justice: Trans People and the Law LXVIII:1 (Winter 2018)

Subject

Transgendered people - Law and legislation
Transgendered people - Civil rights
Gender identity

Description

Special Issue Transfiguring Justice: Trans People and the Law University of Toronto Law Journal: Volume 68, No. 1
Don’t be so hateful: The insufficiency of anti-discrimination and hate crime laws in improving trans well-being - Florence Ashley
Gender identity, gender pronouns, and freedom of expression: Bill C-16 and the traction of specious legal claims - Brenda Cossman
The origins of gender identity and gender expression in Anglo-American legal discourse - Kyle Kirkup
The banishment of Isaac: Racial signifiers of gender performance - Ido Katri
The definitive article - Alice Ristroph
Thinking like a private lawyer - Christopher Essert
Included with a note from Florence Ashley about publishing of this special issue

Creator

University of Toronto Law Journal

Publisher

University of Toronto Law Journal

Date

2018

Contributor

Florence Ashley
Brenda Cossman
Kyle Kirkup
Ido Katri
Alice Ristroph
Christopher Essert

Format

Book : softcover

Language

English

Type

Physical Journal

Identifier

Call no. 4.6 ASH 2018

Citation

University of Toronto Law Journal, “University of Toronto Law Journal: Transfiguring Justice: Trans People and the Law LXVIII:1 (Winter 2018),” The ArQuives Digital Exhibitions, accessed July 31, 2021, https://digitalexhibitions.arquives.ca/items/show/1059.