Fifty Shades of Justice L’Heureux- Dubé and Women and the Law

Contest Winner’s submission!

By Alexandra Forsyth-Sells, Third Year English Common Law student.

Many women around the world are reading “Fifty Shades of Grey”, “Fifty Shades Darker” and “Fifty Shades Freed” by E. L. James.  But this submission is not about these best sellers, it is about celebrating the landmark decisions by Justice L’Heureux- Dubé, which are historic, as they have changed the law to protect the rights of women, minorities, children, and others to promote justice and equality (…).

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