In conversation with . . . Jennifer Robinson

Date & time

6–7pm Thursday 26 April 2012


Sparke Helmore Theatre 1, ANU College of Law, Building 5, Fellows Rd, The Australian National University


Jennifer Robinson


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Jennifer Robinson

Jennifer Robinson, an ANU law graduate, is a London-based human rights lawyer, known internationally for her work as legal advisor to WikiLeaks and its editor-in-chief, Julian Assange. Jen has acted in numerous high profile free speech and freedom of information cases before both the English courts and the European Court of Human Rights, advising clients such as The New York Times, Bloomberg, Associated Press, Human Rights Watch and Global Witness.

Through her work with Geoffrey Robertson QC, she has provided international law advice to governments and non-governmental organisations, including investigations into crimes against humanity in Iran and the liability of the Vatican and the Pope for child sex abuse within the Catholic Church. She has also conducted international human rights and trial observation missions on behalf of the International Bar Association.


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