Legal Personhood in International Labour Law: The Domestic Worker

Jill Murray La Trobe Law

By Jill Murray The earlier series of posts about the concept of legal personhood, from the corpse to the refugee to the trustee, highlight the important role that law plays in defining and constructing conceptions of personhood, and the ways in which these… Continue Reading


Legal Personhood #2: The Foetus and Pregnant Persons

Welcome to the second blog post in a series on the theme of legal personhood. Each fortnight we will ask a La Trobe Law School academic to write about how the concept of legal personhood intersects with their research interests. Today’s… Continue Reading