Introducing the Women’s Legal Landmarks Project

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Spanning eleven centuries and covering issues as diverse as divorce reform, the right to vote, grassroots protests, prostitution, equal pay and the ordination of women bishops, the Women’s Legal Landmarks project brings together feminist lawyers, historians, activists and legal practitioners to produce an online database and book detailing the key legal events that have been – and continue to be – significant in women’s struggle for justice and equality.