“The Métis of the Northwest: Finding Justice for an Invisible People” lecture honours the memory of Marlee Gayle Kline, a member of UBC Faculty of Law from 1989. Her work on feminist legal theory and critical race theory, child welfare law and policy, law’s continued colonialism, and restructuring of the social welfare state is internationally acclaimed. This lecture not only recognizes her rich contribution to the law school community but also reflects her belief in the central role social justice concerns must play in legal education and law.
Marlee Kline Lecture in Social Justice
Jan 17, 2013