Jonathan Cooper interviewed by The Times on the future of diversity in the legal profession

The Brief, which is the in-depth legal features publication from the Law section of The Times newspaper, has been running a series of video interviews this week on diversity in the law.  In the final part of this series they interview Doughty Street barrister and well known human rights specialist Jonathan Cooper, who argues that, although the legal profession in Britain is at last very welcoming to LGBT lawyers, it is incumbent upon us to continue to push other countries to decriminalise homosexuality. 

 

You can watch the interview with Jonathan by clicking here, and the other interviews in the series can be accessed by clicking here.  

 

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