Year in Review: Charlotte Proudman Looks Back on 2017

This has been another momentous year for feminism and the legal profession in the UK. The last 12 months has been a time of both progress and regression for the feminist movement. Feminists have been working for decades to challenge gender injustice and inequality that[…]

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School for Justice: Educating Survivors of Child Trafficking to Put Offenders Behind Bars

School for Justice was founded in April this year to truly liberate victims of child prostitution by providing them with a legal education to pursue justice for the crimes committed against them. The precedent-setting initiative was launched by Dutch anti-trafficking group, Free A Girl, and advertising agency J.[…]

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Inclusion, Momentum, and the Freedom to Marry Worldwide by Evan Wolfson

In Chile, as you read this, advocates are working to get the freedom to marry bill recently introduced by President Bachelet passed into law. Their core strategy: get couples and their family members to visit lawmakers, while sharing stories and videos with the public through[…]

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Black History Month: A conversation with Ellisen Turner, the first African-American Managing Partner at Irell & Manella, LLP

You worked as a software engineer before going to law school, what prompted that career shift and what was the most difficult aspect of it? At 17, I left for college with a goal to study biomedical engineering and develop robotic, prosthetic limbs and organs.[…]

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