Trials: On death row in Pakistan
by Alex Sehmer | Oct 22, 2018
CEBA presents a talk by Isabel Buchanan
on Monday 29th October, 6.15 pm
Venue: 12 Old Square Chambers, 12 Old Square, Lincoln’s Inn, London WC2A 3TX
Isabel Buchanan is a barrister at Blackstone Chambers where she has a broad practice, including public, public international and human rights law. She is the author of Trials: On Death Row in Pakistan (Jonathan Cape 2016), which won the Saltire Scottish First Book Award and was an Economist and Spectator book of the year. She was a legal panelist and contributor to Protecting Children in Armed Conflict (Hart 2018). Isabel has taught at the University of Glasgow and the University of London. She was a Kennedy Scholar at Harvard University and has a MRes and LLB (Hons) from the University of Glasgow. Before coming to the bar, Isabel worked in Lahore as a case worker for Justice Project Pakistan, providing pro bono representation to persons facing the death penalty.
The talk will be followed by dinner at Brasserie Blanc, Chancery Lane. Bookings through CEBA have now closed, but members and their guests are welcome to join us. Please contact Brasserie Blanc, Chancery Lane.