The Feminist Legal Research group brings together wide ranging scholarship on many areas of law examined through a feminist lens. The UTS Faculty of Law has a particular strength in this area with many leading and emerging feminist legal scholars who engage in both critique of the law and attempts to transform it. Research interests span criminal law and evidence, international law and human rights, refugee and migration law, constitutional law, family law, legal issues associated with health and the body, Indigenous legal issues, law, history and colonialism, as well as law and humanities.
Members are committed to sharing their work, collaborating with each other and working across disciplines. The group of approximately 30 people includes members from other universities in Sydney and holds regular seminars.