Nexus Spring/Summer 2006The Spring/Summer 2006 issue focused on the theme of "Women, Law and Social Change." 

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Women, Law and Social Change

In this issue of Nexus, several women faculty members wrote articles about both personal and public issues confronting women today in Canada and around the world, based on their research and their experiences.

Prof. Denise Réaume
Prof. Denise Réaume

The Women's Court of Canada: Equality Rights Theory at Work

Prof. Brenda Cossman
Prof. Brenda Cossman
The 'Opt Out' Revolution and Changing Narratives of Motherhood
Prof. Jennifer Nedelsky
Prof. Jennifer Nedelsky
Reflections on Mothering
Prof. Kerry Rittich
Prof. Kerry Rittich
Labour Law, Work and Family
(with Joanne Conaghan)
Prof. Lorraine Weinrib
Prof. Lorraine Weinrib
Personal Reflections: Cultivating Gender Equality

Prof. Carol Rogerson
Prof. Carol Rogerson
Improving the Law of Spousal Support

Prof. Martha Shaffer
Prof. Martha Shaffer
Shared Parenting: A Cautionary Note
Prof. Audrey Macklin
Prof. Audrey Macklin
The Debate over Faith-Based Arbitration
Prof. Rebecca Cook
Prof. Rebecca Cook
International Protection of Women's Rights
Chief Librarian Beatrice Tice
Chief Librarian Beatrice Tice
The Law Librarian as Women's Information Advocate