Amal Clooney once again proved her enviable work wardrobe as she stepped out in New York City on Thursday – wearing a classic bouclé skirt suit and matching pointed heels. The human rights lawyer, who has just been confirmed to be working on a very high-profile case representing two journalists jailed in Myanmar, certainly looked like she meant business in her sixties-inspired co-ordinating power suit, which she teamed with a white tote bag, dark sunglasses and her signature flowing brunette locks.
Amal Clooney wore a tweed suit by CHANEL
Chanel Metallic Tweed Skirt Suit Beige in Natural
Black and Copper Gold Oversized Sunglasses with Shimmer Suede Detailing
With ROGER VIVIER
Pilgrim de Jour bag
With VANLELES earrings
Fancy intense yellow diamond earrings
Cushion cut 5 carats set white diamonds micropave and platinum
Amal Clooney meets Julie Bishop concerning the Yazidi tragic situation in New York ahead of the United Nations General Assembly.
Amal Clooney wore an one-sleeve dress in tweed
Stuttgart, Germany. 12th Sep, 2016. Premier of Baden-Wuerttemberg Winfried Kretschmann (l, Buendnis 90/Die Gruenen) meets with Yezidi woman Nadia Murad (c) and human rights lawyer Amal Clooney (r) at the state ministry in Stuttgart, Germany, 12 September 2016.
Amal Clooney is campaigning for international awareness of the fate of the Yezidis, who are being persecuted by the IS terrorist group in Iraq.
Amal Clooney wore a
tweed suit from the resort 2017 collection
The suit was available on Moda Operandi
Velvet Knit Argyle Print Jacket
Velvet Knit Argyle Print Skirt
with her DOLCE & GABBANA Last Minute Tote bag
Marjorie cutout suede and leather pumps
£238 Was £595 60% off
available here on the Outnet
Amal Clooney will speak today on BBC Azeri about human rights and persecution of journalists.
In May, the government will present his arguments to the European Court of Human Rights in the Khadija Ismayilova case.
On last week Amal Clooney met at the White House US senators to support her in the Khadija Ismayilova case.
She noted that the Congress introduced a “violation of human rights” bill on sanctions against Azerbaijani officials .
You can watch the full interview with her today.
Full video on BBC
and on BBC Azeri
BBC News – Amal Clooney on human rights in Azerbaijan, and US politics
Amal Clooney wore
OSCAR DE LA RENTA
Cropped Tweed Jacket
and a dress by
OSCAR DE LA RENTA
Silk Blouse Tweed Dress
Yesterday Amal Clooney took part as expert for the Global Freedom of Expression panel organized by Media Legal Defence Initiative in cooperation with Davis Wright Termaine office in New York.
Amal Clooney is selected as expert for the Global Freedom of Expression at Columbia University.
On 14 March 2016, international legal counsel for Khadija Ismayilova, Amal Clooney and Nani Jansen, submitted their observations on the admissibility and merits of Ismayilova v. Azerbaijan (Application no. 30778/15) to the European Court of Human Rights. Read more here
“We provide legal defence to journalists, bloggers and independent media across the world”
Media Legal Defence Initiative
Christiane Amanpour interviewed yesterday on CNN former Maldives president Mohamed Nasheed with Amal Clooney.
Everything seems to be very half-baked,” he said.
“I’d rather sit and read and watch a film. But I think there’s lot to be done.”
During the interview, Amal Clooney said the only crime committed by the “most liberal, moderate leader Maldives has ever had” was that he was a threat to the government.
“They probably think that he’d win the “next” election,” she said.
Mohamed Nasheed also reiterated his comments that he was in talks with his lawyers about returning to the Maldives after his surgery.
“Ideally I’d like to go to a Maldives, which is free, where peaceful political activities can happen,” he said.
Style Files :
Amal Clooney wore a gorgeous tweed dress by
DOLCE & GABBANA
It was available on Farfetch
Pictures CNN / Amal Clooney Style
Amal Clooney and Jared Genser meet today Senator John McCain on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C., to discuss issues of human rights in the Maldives as well as the plight of her client, the country’s former president Mohamed Nasheed.
In June 2015 U.S. Senators John McCain and Jack Reed sent a letter to Secretary of Defense Ash Carter and Secretary of State John Kerry last week expressing deep concern about the deteriorating situation in the Maldives and the implications of recent events for the democratic process، human rights and U.S. national security policy in South Asia.
In addition، the letter underscored that developments such as mass protests and mass arrests are very concerning and that they would respectfully request U.S. government to reemphasize the importance of the rule of law in the Maldives and the damage cased to the U.S.-Maldives bilateral relationship
Pictures via Twitter Feed Jared Genser and Senator John McCain