Meet Our Advocacy Team
John Cooper QC
JOHN COOPER QC APPOINTED AS COUNSEL TO THE CEDAW PEOPLE'S TRIBUNAL has been named by The Times as one of the Top 100 Influential Lawyers of 2012 in the UK. He is also visiting Professor of Law at Cardiff University and a Master of the Bench at Middle Temple.
John Cooper QC, was Chair of the International Steering Committee and Prosecutor at the Iran Tribunal in The Hague. Two years since it was first initiated, the Tribunal has now delivered its Judgment.
He has a significant International practice representing clients all over the world. Most recently, he has been instructed in the well known case of Marrache a long running fraud trial in Gibraltar.
Hannah Wilson is a staff attorney at Women’s Link Worldwide, an international human rights organisation which seeks to use the power of the law to promote social change which advances the rights of women and girls, particularly those facing multiple inequalities. Prior to this role, Hannah worked as a paralegal and police station representative with BSB Solicitors, a leading criminal defence firm based in London. During this time, she also wrote for “The Justice Gap” on criminal law, prison law and legal aid issues. Hannah was called to the bar in England and Wales in 2019. She holds a Masters in Fundamental Rights from the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain), an LL.M. in German Law from the Universität des Saarlandes (Germany) and an LL.B. Law with German Law from the University of Exeter.
Meghan Campbell is an Associate Professor at the University of Birmingham and Deputy Director of the Oxford Human Rights Hub. Her monograph, Women, Poverty, Equality: The Role of CEDAW (Hart 2018) was shortlisted for the Socio-Legal Scholars Association-Early Career Research Prize. She is a co-founder of the open access, peer-reviewed academic law journal: The University of Oxford Human Rights Hub Journal. In partnership with the World Health Organization and the Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights, she is the executive producer of the documentary Right to a Better World which explores the role of human rights and the Sustainable Development Goals in achieving women and girls sexual and reproductive health rights.