Event Description

Making a Murderer Live Q&A with Jerry Buting!

Making a Murderer Live Q&A with Jerry Buting!

Thu 30 January 2020 20:30-22:00 - Goldsmiths Students' Union Venue

Join defense attorney Jerry Buting from the cult Netflix series 'Making a Murderer' for an exclusive live Q&A event!

The popular Netflix series has made a huge impact on television audiences worldwide, igniting political debate and bringing the US criminal justice system to the forefront of conversation across an enormous and varied spectrum of viewers. It has rapidly become one of the most important TV series of our time.

The conversation will involve moderated discussion of the Steven Avery case along with its broader implications and comments on the systematic failures of the criminal justice system. This is your opportunity to see clips from the case that were never aired and ask questions to one of the most prominent figures in the modern American legal system.

For the Goldsmiths SU installment of this tour, our fantasic moderators are:

Professor Dimitrios Giannoulopoulos
Inaugural Chair in Law and Head of Department of Law
Goldsmiths, University of London
Founder and Director, Britain in Europe thinktank
Director, Knowing Our Rights
Associate Academic Fellow, Honourable Society of the Inner Temple; Senior Fellow HEA

and

Kirsty Brimelow QC,
Visiting Proffessor at Goldsmiths , University of London
Head of Doughty Street Chambers International Human Rights Team
Former chairwoman of the UK Bar Human Rights Committee

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