I have published widely in the international press including Prospect Magazine, the Irish Times, the Sydney Morning Herald and the International Herald Tribune and am regularly contracted to write reports, articles and think-pieces tailoring my writing for a range of audiences. I am currently working on a book on the right to freedom of thought for Atlantic Books.
A respected authority in the human rights field I am regularly invited to give evidence and advise the UK and European Parliaments, international organisations like the UN and civil society organisations. My work has featured in academic and legal journals including the New Law Journal and the European Human Rights Law Review. As a Research Fellow at Roehampton University and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Trinity College Dublin, I have a good academic network and can bring together teams with complementary expertise to deliver complex research projects. I am currently working on pre-litigation research thanks to a grant from the Digital Freedom Fund scoping out the potential for using the rights to freedom of thought and opinion in legal challenges on digital rights.
I provide policy and strategic advice on a range of human rights law issues relevant to business, the public sector and civil society.
For formal legal advice I can be instructed through Doughty Street Chambers.
For book related queries contact my agent Charlie Brotherstone at Brotherstone Creative Management