Scottish Feminist Judgments Project holds exhibition at Scottish Parliament

The private members' exhibition ran from 10-14 September 2018

The Scottish Feminist Judgments Project, co-ordinated by Edinburgh Law School's Professor Sharon Cowan and Dr Chloe Kennedy, in conjunction with Warwick's Professor Vanessa Munro, held a private members' exhibition in the Scottish Parliament last month.

The creative strand of the research project saw works, including poetry and visual art, displayed for members to view. The exhibition was sponsored by Gail Ross MSP.

The co-ordinators met with a variety of MSPs and parliament staff, including former Labour leader Kezia Dugdale, Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, Scottish Liberal Democrats leader Willie Rennie, Scottish Greens leader Patrick Harvie, Lord Advocate James Wolffe QC and the Cabinet Secretary for Justice Humza Yousaf.

You can learn more about the Project and the exhibition by watching this video.


The Project will be continuing its series of public engagement events with exhibitions in South Block Gallery, Mount Studio Gallery and the Glasgow Women's Library. They will also be at Lighthouse Books, Edinburgh, next month.