Nicky Padfield, Jodi Gardner and Omnia Gallada in conversation: Women and the Egyptian Judiciary

Cambridge Law Faculty published this video item, entitled “Nicky Padfield, Jodi Gardner and Omnia Gallada in conversation: Women and the Egyptian Judiciary” – below is their description.

In this interview on behalf of Cambridge Women in Law (CWIL), Professor Nicola Padfield and Dr Jodi Gardner speak to recent LLM graduate Omnia Gadalla about her work and goals. Omnia is an Egyptian academic and judge, and founder of the ‘Her Honour Setting the Bar ‘ initiative.

CWIL seeks to celebrate the outstanding contribution that Cambridge law alumnae have made to legal practice, academia and to many aspects of public service. For more about CWIL see: https://www.law.cam.ac.uk/alumni-development/cambridge-women-law-cwil

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