Lady Justice Apparel™ Mission
Lady Justice Apparel™ aims to increase the understanding of the law and Canadian
legal history through creative activist based design.
Empowering legal minded people and all Canadians through primarily gender-neutral casual apparel designed in Canada.
Lady Justice Apparel™ works with and supports Canadian feminists and ally artists. Bringing together legal backgrounds and design backgrounds.
What Law Looks Like Collection
Lady Justice Apparel™ created our What Law Looks Like Collection hoping lawyers and law students will wear this shirt and challenge society’s idea of what a lawyer looks like.
Declaring to everyone This is what a Lawyer Looks Like or This is What a Law Student Looks Like by physically wearing it is a start of the conversation.
It’s time to exclaim what a lawyer and law student looks like.
It’s time to own it. It’s time to challenge and spark conversations about real equity, diversity and inclusion within the law.
Owning it and inspiring people to think beyond the stereotypes of what a lawyer or law student looks like.
Commemorating Women’s Personhood in Canada
It’s hard to believe. Canadian women have only been considered persons under the law for 92 years.
That’s why October 18, 1929 is historic. It’s the date when Canadian women were included in the legal definition of "persons".
So, it’s never forgotten that persons includes women, Lady Justice Apparel™ created our
Persons Day shirt.