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  1. Hace 3 días · International human rights barrister and TV personality Geoffrey Robertson KC shares his insights on Australia and the world today in a provocative, witty, engaging evening. Book tickets for his tour across Australia in May 2024 and learn about his cases, views and latest book.

  2. Hace 4 días · Geoffrey Robertson KC, author, “The trial of Vladimir Putin”, published in Australia by New South Books. Geoffrey is also Founding Head of Chambers at Doughty Street Chambers in London.

  3. And there have been some collections of Leveller writings brought together by Geoffrey Robertson in 2007 and by Andrew Sharp in 1998. (1) Beyond this there has been a mass of essays and articles in academic journals which have debated the role of the Levellers in the revolution.

  4. Hace 2 días · Review: The Trial of Vladimir Putin. Human rights lawyer Geoffrey Robertson has written an easy-to-follow manual that could hold the Russian president to account. Dan Carrier digests it. Friday, 12th April — By Dan Carrier.

  5. Hace 1 día · He specialized in international law and human rights and was one of a group of thirty progressive barristers, led by Geoffrey Robertson, who moved out of Temple to set up their own chambers in Doughty Street. One of them, Helena Kennedy, said: “We’d all fight to have Keir as our junior counsel. He was brilliant, crystal clear, very ...

  6. 6 de may. de 2024 · Geoffrey Robertson QC is a leading human rights lawyer and a UN war-crimes judge. He has been counsel in many notable Old Bailey trials, has defended hundreds of men facing death sentences in the Caribbean, and has won landmark rulings on civil liberty from the highest courts in Britain, Europe and the Commonwealth.

  7. Hace 1 día · Pompous expat lawyer Geoffrey Robertson is leading the charge to “repatriate” the so-called Gweagal Shield, held by the British Museum. The story is that the shield came from the first contact between Cook’s men and the Gweagal tribesmen of Sydney. When threatened, as outsiders (meaning anyone more than a few days’ walk away) invariably ...