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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Women @ the Chancery Bar: Getting in and Getting On

Last month, the Chancery Bar Association invited female aspiring barristers to attend its ‘Women @ The Chancery Bar’ event, with the goal of encouraging talented women to shelve misconceptions and apply. We heard from a number of female juniors and silks on their positive experiences[…]

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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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