Season Two: Feminist Pedagogy in Legal Education, Accessible Academic Research, and Creative Outlets with Darby Babin

In this episode I chat with Darby Babin (She/They) about our amazing friendship. But more about her masters research into adding feminist pedagogy into legal education and the fun that comes with talking to legal departments about that. We also talk about her upcoming PhD work in support for sexual assault survivors and where the support and research is lacking.

Of course we also talked about their creative side and their amazing earrings that have come out of Peach Tree Pieces too.

More to check out:

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Website: https://www.peachtreepieces.com

Babin, Darby: Liberating Legal Education: Using Critical Feminist Pedagogy to Educate on the Problems of Oppression and Gender-Based Violence

https://curve.carleton.ca/b2f1b5b1-257a-4cdd-bf48-2be0cff7a787

Nagari, Deepa: The Safe Third Country Agreement: An Analysis Thirteen Years Later

https://curve.carleton.ca/64d65767-cacd-400f-b75c-445c9c29ef1c