Mairead Enright, ‘The Political in the Contract Classroom’

“When we started ‘The Public Life of Private Law’ one of the conversations we wanted to have with participants, and with others following the series, was about teaching private law from a critical perspective. In particular, we wanted to think about how those of us who fell into teaching private law through a mixture of necessity and serendipity, but who research in what seem to be very different areas, could bring something of those other interests to our teaching. I want here, following César Augusto Baldi’s contribution on de-colonizing the teaching of human rights, to make some suggestions for a de-colonized, or radical set of pedagogic techniques in contract law …” (more)

[Mairead Enright, The Public Life of Private Law, 17 September]

First posted 2013-09-17 19:07:36

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