Wanda A. Wiegers
Room Number: 208 Law
LLM (Toronto) 1987
BA (Saskatchewan) 1983
LLB (Saskatchewan) 1978
Professor Wiegers joined the faculty in 1987. She had earlier articled in Nova Scotia (1978-79) and practiced law in Saskatchewan (1979-85), and remains a Member of the Law Society of Saskatchewan. Her research interests focus on economic analysis of law, feminist and critical legal theory, family law, children and the law, women and the welfare state and poverty law.
Publications and Research Work:
The Framing of Poverty as 'Child Poverty' and Its Implications for Women (Status of Women, 2002)
The National Child Benefit: Social Inequality under the New 'Social Union' (2001-2002) 33 Ottawa Law Rev 25-93
Economic Analysis of Law and 'Private Ordering': A Feminist Critique (1992), 42 Univ. of Toronto L.J.