2011 Marlee Kline Lecture in Social Justice
This year's lecture will be presented by Professor Ruthann Robson of City University of New York Law School.
The Marlee Kline Social Justice Lecture honours the memory of Marlee Gayle Kline, a UBC Law professor who died in 2001 after a lengthy and determined struggle with leukemia. Her work on feminist legal theory and critical race theory, child welfare law and policy, law's continued colonialism, and restructuring of the social welfare state is internationally acclaimed. This lectureship not only recognizes Marlee's rich contribution to the law school community but also reflects her belief in the central role social justice concerns must play in legal education and law.
This year's lecture is titled, "UnSettled" and will be presented by Professor Ruthann Robson of City University of New York Law School.
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