Martha Albertson Fineman is Robert W. Woodruff Professor of Law at Emory University. A leading authority on family law and feminist jurisprudence, Fineman is the founding director of the Feminism and Legal Theory Project, an interdisciplinary scholarly project she began at the University of Wisconsin in 1984. Since 2007, she also directs Emory’s Vulnerability and the Human Condition Initiative, an interdisciplinary project housed in the Laney Graduate School. Her scholarly work focuses on various aspects of the legal regulation of intimacy and on the social, cultural, and legal implications of human dependency and vulnerability and includes The Neutered Mother, The Sexual Family and Other Twentieth Century Tragedies (1995) and The Autonomy Myth: A Theory of Dependency (2004). Anna Grear is Reader in Law at Cardiff Law School and Adjunct Associate Professor of Law at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. She is a Global Affiliate of the Vulnerability and Human Condition Initiative at Emory University in the USA. Anna's work focuses upon the law's construction of the human and of the human relationship with the world, broadly understood, with a particular emphasis upon the environment and globalisation. Anna’s scholarship is best known for its critical deconstruction of corporate human rights claims and related explorations of legal rights subjectivity. Her 2010 monograph, Redirecting Human Rights: Facing the Challenge of Corporate Legal Humanity has been welcomed as constituting 'a new ground of contestation' and marking a fresh start 'towards understanding the ontology of human rights'. Anna is also Director of the Global Network for the Study of Human Rights and the Environment and founder and Co-editor in Chief of the Journal of Human Rights and the Environment.