The Feminism Movement

"Charlotte is not afraid to bring novel challenges that look to have wider policy implications. She is passionate about making the legal system more accountable in its treatment of women and girls"

Mitchell Woolf, Solicitor, Scott-Moncrieff & Associates Ltd

 

Dr Charlotte
Proudman

The Feminist Barrister

The Feminist Barrister

End FGM 

"She is a leader in the field of FGM law whose research has made a significant contribution to scholarship in this area and has had an impact on case law and law reform in England and Wales"

Professor Felicity Gerry QC, Barrister

End Male Violence Against Women and Girls

"Charlotte is never shy of helping us test the boundaries of the law, or of tackling a relatively new form of domestic abuse, widespread image-based abuse (revenge porn), or raising novel arguments arising under the Equality Act, which have yet to be tested in court"

Georgina Calvert-Lee, Senior Counsel, McAllister and Olivarius

Advocating for legal reforms to advance gender equality and end discrimination under the law. 

Charlotte is passionately committed to using the law as a tool to further gender equality and eliminate discrimination against women. The law is a powerful force to engender social change. An advocate for legal change, Charlotte was instrumental in the criminalisation of forced marriage and the introduction of FGM Protection Orders, all of which have provided vulnerable women and girls with legal redress and protection.

 

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WomenNOW

As a leading feminist, lawyer and activist Dr Proudman is happy to announce her first non-profit, WomenNOW. An advocacy organisation focusing on policy activism and chaining the law to ensure protection and safety for all women and girls. 

Domestic abuse and gender discrimination

Charlotte’s commitment to raising judicial understanding of domestic abuse and gender discrimination in the family and immigration courts is well known and her fearlessness in calling out the manifest shortcomings of the treatment of gender-related abuse in the media, the courts and in the profession is unparalleled. 

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WomenNOW will be a voice for all women and girls who need us. Only by listening to others, their trauma, abuse and past experiences can we begin to take steps to ensure the safety of all women and girls. WomenNOW will challenge those accountable be that the state, men in high power positions, an abusive partner or the law itself,  and we will fight for justice and safety. 

 
 
 

Contact

Goldsmith Chambers, Goldsmith Building, Temple, London EC4Y 7BL