The necessity of a gender-sensitive approach in legal education emerges from the highest value and normative standards of modern international and national law. This is the main reason of the LAWGEM project, it aims to contribute to educate students of law (future lawyers, judges, prosecutors, administrative workers, members of parliament and government bodies) in a gender-sensitive manner. This means a real investment in better legislation and a more correct interpretation and implementation of the Law. It also means an investment in a better future by sensitizing judges, but also legal professionals in all fields of legal practice.
Due to the relevance of the matter and its impact, the University of Cádiz is holding an International Congress to disseminate the knowledge.
More at: https://lawgem.uca.es/congress/