Feminist Activism in the Supreme Court: Legal Mobilization and the Women's Legal Education and Action Fund
Since 1980, the Canadian womenís movement has been an activeparticipant in constitutional politics and Charter litigation. Thisbook, through its focus on the Womenís Legal Education and ActionFund (LEAF), presents a compelling examination of how Canadianfeminists became key actors in developing the constitutional doctrineof equality, and how they mobilized that doctrine to support themovementís policy agenda.
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