Words matter. These are the best Amal Clooney Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
As women, we may not be a minority, but there is a bond that we all share. It is not a bond of geography. Or religion. Or culture. It is a bond of shared experience – experiences that only women go through and struggles that only women face.
I think the international community should be ashamed that they haven’t done more for the Yazidis.
There is lots of my work that takes place behind closed doors that is not ever seen.
I hate the idea that you somehow, as a human being, have to be put in a box. There’s no reason why lawyers can’t be fun – or actresses can’t be serious.
No government intent on persecuting its critics will want to leave the outcome of a trial to chance.
Sentencing a political opponent to death after a show trial is no different to taking him out on the street and shooting him. In fact, it is worse because using the court system as a tool of state repression makes a mockery of the rule of law.
The first piece of advice I would have from my experience is that governments need to be vocal about human rights.
WikiLeaks’ disclosures should be protected under the First Amendment.
Locking up dissenters does not reduce dissent – it fosters it.
I believe in international justice. I believe it’s important that you don’t just turn the page without people being held to account.
I remember all the stages in my career where I almost didn’t have enough confidence to try for something, almost didn’t have the guts to follow something I was excited about doing, because I didn’t know anyone else who’d done it, or other people made me question it.
There was a break in the proceedings when Peter Greste was deported, and that was considered sufficient then to allow the executive to intervene.
I want to work on cases that I feel the most passionate about.
Cross-cultural learning and studying abroad can be transformative.
A horseman’s head is in Athens, and his body is in London: Poseidon’s torso is separated between Greece and the U.K. This means that they cannot be celebrated and appreciated as a whole in the country they came from.