Thu, 29 Aug 2019     6.00 for 6.30 PM     Auditorium 1 State Library of Queensland

Sponsored student offer

Integrity 20 is delighted to offer a limited number of sponsored places for full time university students to join us on Thursday 29 Aug for an evening with American lawyer Kimberley Motley.

In conversation with award-winning journalist and lawyer Damien Carrick (ABC’s Law Report) Kimberley shares her insights into her fight for justice in one of the most dangerous countries in the world.

Event Details

Thursday 29 August – Kimberley Motley in conversation with Damien Carrick

Where: Auditorium 1, State Library of Queensland, Cultural Centre, Stanley Place, South Bank

Time: 6 for 6.30pm – 7.40pm

About Kimberley

Considered one of the most effective defense attorneys operating in Afghanistan, Kimberley’s ground-breaking legal work has made headlines around the world. Representing both Afghans and Westerners her radical approach has seen her successfully overturn sentences for men and women who have become subject to appalling miscarriages of justice. 

Kimberley is best known in Australia for her work in returning two Australian children taken illegally to Afghanistan by their father in 2015. She also represented former Australian soldier Robert Langdon and was responsible for successfully arguing for a Presidential pardon which resulted in his release from Afghanistan’s most notorious prison. 

Kimberley’s work was the subject of a critically acclaimed 2016 documentary, Motley’s Law. She was recently a featured speaker at Oslo Freedom Forum and her TED talk, How I Defend the Rule of Law, has been viewed over a million times.

More information

Conditions of entry and additional information

Open to all university students with a current student card or students number, who are studying full time.

A limited number of sponsorship places will be awarded to the event.

Apply for sponsored position by completing the online form. Integrity 20 management will contact you to advise outcome.