Visiting Professors

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Kirsty Brimelow QC

Visiting Professor
law (@gold.ac.uk)

Kirsty Brimelow QC is the head of Doughty Street Chambers’ International Human Rights Team, and the first Chairwoman of the UK Bar Human Rights Committee (BHRC).

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HH Judge Donald Cryan

Visiting Professor
law (@gold.ac.uk)

HH Judge Donald Cryan was formerly a Circuit Judge, and currently a Deputy Circuit Judge in Civil and Family matters.

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Dominic Grieve QC

Visiting Professor
law (@gold.ac.uk)

Former Attorney General for England and Wales, Dominic Grieve QC has worked at the intersection between the law and politics, receiving acclaim for his contributions to international human rights.

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Professor Liora Lazarus

Visiting Professor
law (@gold.ac.uk)

Liora Lazarus is a Professor in Law at Peter A. Allard School of Law, at the University of British Columbia. She has previously had a twenty year career at the University of Oxford, including as a Fellow of St. Anne's College and the Head of Research at the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights.

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Schona Jolly QC

Visiting Professor
law (@gold.ac.uk)

Schona Jolly QC is the Chair of the Bar Human Human Rights Committee of England and Wales (BHRC) and Head of Cloisters Human Rights Practice Group.

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Her Honour Judge Alison Levitt QC

Visiting Professor
law (@gold.ac.uk)

Alison is bringing to Goldsmiths leading expertise in criminal justice and the legal profession, that feeds into our public engagement work on criminal justice and the LLB Law with Criminal Justice and Human Rights programme, and further strengthens Goldsmiths’ distinctive provision for the enhancement of career skills.

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Professor Leslie Thomas QC

Visiting Professor
law (@gold.ac.uk)

Prof Leslie Thomas QC is the pre-eminent authority in the country in claims against the police (particularly relating to deaths in custody), other public authorities and corporations.

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Sir Geoffrey Nice QC

Visiting Professor
law (@gold.ac.uk)

Sir Geoffrey Nice QC will be contributing to Goldsmiths’ LLB programme world-leading expertise in mass atrocities and international law, and an invaluable understanding of the inner workings of international legal institutions of the highest order as well as an exceptional capacity to perform, and train others to perform, the art of advocacy.

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Jessica Simor QC

Visiting Professor
law (@gold.ac.uk)

Jessica Simor QC is a leading barrister and founding member of distinguished Matrix Chambers. In 2016, she was the UK nominee for Judge at the European Court of Human Rights, and is recognised as one of the country’s leading specialists in public law, EU law and human rights law.

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Martha Spurrier

Visiting Professor
law (@gold.ac.uk)

Martha Spurrier is the executive director of Liberty, the UK’s leading human rights NGO, and a barrister at Doughty Street Chambers.

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Adam Wagner

Visiting Professor
law (@gold.ac.uk)

Adam is bringing with him a wealth of experience and exciting opportunities that talented Goldsmiths Law students will benefit from, including engagement with research opportunities, creative competitions, assisting with writing human rights news articles and participating in Law Clinic activity.