Lucy Moxham joined the Bingham Centre in January 2012 as a Research Fellow in the Rule of Law. She holds a MA Law Degree (first class honours) from the University of Cambridge and a BCL Master's Degree from the University of Oxford, where she focused on human rights law and international development. Lucy completed the Legal Practice Course at Nottingham Law School and a two-year training contract at Clifford Chance LLP, including time on secondment to the human rights organisation Liberty. She is not currently practising as a solicitor.
Prior to joining the Bingham Centre, Lucy worked for several years at the human rights organisation REDRESS on projects relating to the prohibition of torture and the right to a remedy and reparation at national, regional and international levels. She has previously worked as a consultant at REDRESS, including as an Advocacy Officer promoting the Torture (Damages) Bill. Lucy has also worked and volunteered with a range of other NGOs in this field, including as a Centre Fellow at the Centre for Human Rights & Global Justice at New York University on a pro bono basis.
Senior Research Fellow in the Rule of Law and Director of the Government and Rule of Law programme
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