Find out more about the Women’s Legal Landmarks Project and doing women’s legal history by watching the video below.

You can also watch a series of videos from our Archival Training Workshop held at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in June 2015.

Using Legal Resources

Speakers: Mari Takayanagi (Parliamentary Archives) and Guy Holborn (Lincoln’s Inn)

Using National Archives

Speakers: David Foster (The National Archives, Kew) and Alison Lindsay (National Records of Scotland)

Using the British Library

Speaker: Jonathan Sim (Content specialist, Law and Socio-Legal Studies)

Find out more about the Women’s Legal Landmarks Project

Project leaders, Rosemary Auchmuty and Erika Rackley, talk to Elizabeth Woodcraft about the aims, methodology and ambitions for the Project for PodAcademy

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The landmarks that appear on this website were chosen by participants in the Women’s Legal Landmarks Project.

If you think a key positive legal landmark for women is missing and you’d like to write about it – then get in touch.

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