Members of Goldsmith Chambers interviewed as experts


Guy Davison, a member of chambers’ immigration team, often appears as an expert in immigration law on LBC radio.  His latest appearance was on Friday 27th October 2017 with Nick Ferrari on the breakfast show.  Guy was discussing the potential removal of an HIV and LBGT activist to Morocco and whose his case is still ongoing.  The issue of how far the anti-homosexuality laws in Morocco are enforced was also discussed.

Charlotte Proudman, a member of chambers’ family and immigration teams, was also in high demand recently.  A summary of her latest appearances on both TV and radio are detailed below.

In the context of the mounting allegations of sexual harassment and assault against Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey in Hollywood, Charlotte was interviewed on Good Morning Britain on 31st October 2017 at 8.10am.  The presenters also spoke to a defence criminal lawyer, who advocated for a 3-year limitation period for sexual offences.  However, Charlotte disagreed and said an abuse claim time limit would discourage women from coming forward and reporting instances of sexual abuse. To listen click here.

On 30th October 2017, Charlotte was also interviewed by Nick Robinson on the BBC radio 4 Today programme at 8.30am to look at how prevalent sexual harassment is at work and how we can stop it from happening.  Anne Robinson, broadcaster and journalist and Vicky Featherstone, artistic director of the Royal Court were also interviewed alongside Charlotte. To listen click here.

Earlier last month, on 14th October 2017, Charlotte had spoken on the BBC The World News programme live, presented by Samantha Simmonds, alongside contributor Emma Chapman, astrophysicist also about the prevalence of gender discrimination in the workplace, the causes of sexual harassment at work and changing cultural attitudes towards such behaviour.


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