Goldsmiths Visiting Professor in Law, Kirsty Brimelow QC, will be speaking about the essentials of public speaking and human rights advocacy, and reflecting on her career.
This event is offered to all Yr 1 LLB Law students taking the 21st Century Legal Skills module. Students from other departments interested to attend should email Law@gold.ac.uk
Goldsmiths Visiting Professor in Law, Kirsty Brimelow, is one of the leading QCs in the country, the head of Doughty Street Chambers’ International Human Rights Team and the first female Chair of the UK Bar Human Rights Committee (BHRC).
Kirsty will be teaching students the essentials of public speaking and advocacy skills, and will reflect on her inspiring international law and human rights advocacy work, at Doughty Street Chambers and the Bar Human Rights Committee, in the UK and internationally.
Kirsty has led on international investigations relating to the Yazidis and the prosecution of ISIS, mass trials and sentencing in Egypt, children rights in Nigeria, mediation in Colombia, and the rule of law in Mexico and Turkey among other projects
'The Times' have described Kirsty Brimelow as ‘absolutely astonishing’, ‘very charming’ and a ‘superstar’.
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