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Insight into the life of a Human Rights Barrister

Insight into the life of a Human Rights Barrister

During early November 2018, Warwick PPL Society were pleased to welcome prominent advocate Jennifer Robinson to give insight into her experience at Australian National University, life at the bar, and of course, her representation of Julian Assange. Struck by her...

Why it’s OK not to know!

Why it’s OK not to know!

Leaving for university was a pretty big step in my life, as it is for most people I think. I was moving abroad and living away from my parents for the first time, to a country I had been to only once and to study something I essentially knew nothing about. I hadn’t...

Exposing our World: The Khmer Rogue Tribunal

Exposing our World: The Khmer Rogue Tribunal

The Khmer Rouge regime was one of the worst massacres of the 20th century that led to the death of approximately 1.7 million Cambodians through mass executions, starvation and brutal labour camps. The term ‘Khur Rouge’ was adopted to label the followers of the...