Workshops for authors who have agreed to rewrite judgments were held in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane on 4-6 December 2012.

Wendy Larcombe and Rosemary Hunter
Wendy Larcombe and Rosemary Hunter
Margaret Davies and Mary Heath
Margaret Davies and Mary Heath
Karen O'Connell and Thalia Anthony
Karen O'Connell and Thalia Anthony
Penny Crofts, Honni van Rijswijk and Rosemary Hunter
Penny Crofts, Honni van Rijswijk and Rosemary Hunter
Jane Wangmann and Annie Cossins
Jane Wangmann and Annie Cossins
Rosemary Hunter and Heather Douglas
Rosemary Hunter and Heather Douglas
Justice Elizabeth Fullerton and Magistrate Margo Stubbs
Justice Elizabeth Fullerton and Magistrate Margo Stubbs
Di Fingleton and Margaret Thornton
Di Fingleton and Margaret Thornton
Danielle Tyson, Jane-Maree Maher and Kate Fitzgibbon
Danielle Tyson, Jane-Maree Maher and Kate Fitzgibbon

About Australian Feminist Judgments Project Events

The Australian Feminist Judgments Project is an inspired and innovative research project which investigates the possibilities, limits and implications of a feminist approach to legal decision-making. The project involves a group of feminist academics, lawyers and activists who have agreed to write alternative judgments in a series of Australian legal cases.

The project hosts a number of events, including workshops, symposiums, and book launches.