Helen Reece

Helen Reece is a Reader in Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where her main teaching responsibilities and research interests lie in Family Law.  Her current research is concerned with the regulation of intimacy, particularly within the family setting.  Her main research project at present, Violence to Feminism, is a theoretical probing of the contemporary feminist approach to violence against women. The two main research questions that she is addressing are first, why contemporary feminist theory has celebrated ever-widening conceptions of violence and secondly, why the contemporary feminist approach to violence against women has permeated legal development

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