SJD Candidate
Thesis title:
Contract Life
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My research explores the applications of critical feminist legal and economic theory to contract law, seeking pragmatic openings for applied theory within the bounds of liberal private law discourse. My thesis critiques the role of contract law in the everyday—employment, consumer, and user law—a set of phenomena I term contract life. See my SSRN page for publications from the Dalhousie Law Journal, the Canadian Journal of Law and Society, the Supreme Court Law Review, the Canadian Business Law Journal, the Journal of Commonwealth Law, and the Journal of Law and Equality.

Research Interests
Consumer Protection and Products Liability Law
Contracts
Critical Legal Theory
Economic Analysis of Law
Family Law
Feminist Analysis of Law
Labour Law
Legal Process
Legal Theory
Political Philosophy and Theory
Sexuality and the Law
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