Join us on October 22 for a special evening event with internationally respected human rights and media lawyer Jennifer Robinson.
Journalist Maddison Connaughton will host this conversation, which will centre on Jennifer’s new book How Many More Women? Exposing How the Law Silences Women, co-written with human rights laywer Dr Keina Yoshida. We are thrilled that Keina will also be participating.
How Many More Women? examines the laws around the world that silence women, and explores the changes we need to make to ensure that women’s freedoms are no longer threatened by the legal system that is supposed to protect them.
Jennifer, an Australian based in London, represented Amber Heard in relation to Johnny Depp’s 2020 defamation case in the United Kingdom and has defended Julian Assange and advised WikiLeaks since 2010.
An evening with Jennifer Robinson starts at 7.30pm and will be held at the Conservatorium of Music Concert Hall, cnr Laman and Auckland streets. Tickets are $35 (includes booking fee).
This event is proudly supported by City of Newcastle, University of Newcastle, and Allen & Unwin.
Thank you also to Women Lawyers’ Association of NSW.Book tickets