Theorizing legal needs: Towards a caring legal system

A young Canadian care ethicist Benjamin Miller (Ottawa, now Toronto) deals with an issue, relatively undertheorized in care ethics: care and the law. Can laws be caring? See his three minute vibrant explanation: yes, laws indeed can be caring.

And see his thesis and an inquisitive paper on Care ethics and bureaucracy.

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About the author: Benjamin Miller

Benjamin Miller is a JD student at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law and previously completed his master’s thesis on Theorizing Legal Needs at the University of Ottawa. His research focuses on campus clubs in the non-profit sector and ethics of care in the legal system.

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