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Getting the word out: opinion editorials – Feminist Law Reform 101 – National Association of Women and the Law
Feminist Law Reform 101

Getting the word out: opinion editorials

Videos

  1. 1. Introduction to Informed Opinions

    Shari Graydon, Author, Lecturer, Women’s Equality Advocacy and Executive Director of Informed Opinions. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

  2. 2. Why Op Eds?

    Shari Graydon, Author, Lecturer, Women’s Equality Advocacy and Executive Director of Informed Opinions. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

  3. 3. The five-step process

    Shari Graydon, Author, Lecturer, Women’s Equality Advocacy and Executive Director of Informed Opinions. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

  4. 4. Editing and Submitting Op Eds

    Shari Graydon, Author, Lecturer, Women’s Equality Advocacy and Executive Director of Informed Opinions. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

  5. 5. Annotating an Op Ed

    Shari Graydon, Author, Lecturer, Women’s Equality Advocacy and Executive Director of Informed Opinions. In Julie Shugarman, Martha Jackman Eds., Online Feminist Law Reform Course, (Ottawa: NAWL Charitable Trust, 2014).

Questions and Assignments

  1. Come up with a thesis statement for a feminist law reform issue you would like to write an Op-Ed about. Test the clarity of the statement in small groups and then anticipate the best argument that may be advanced against your position. In small groups, assist each other in crafting “to-be-sure” statements to respond to these arguments. 

  2. Draft an Op-Ed, of a maximum 700 words in length, on a feminist law reform issue of your choosing.