Domestic abuse in faith communities with Natasha Isaac & Anogika Souresh and special guests - Jul 2020
Anogika is currently undertaking pupillage at Chambers. She is supervised by Christopher Prior of the Crime Team.
Prior to coming to the Bar, Anogika worked at various international criminal tribunals in The Hague and Cambodia; she was a Legal Assistant at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, a pro bono Legal Assistant at the International Criminal Court, and an intern at the United Nations Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials. She has also worked in a consultant role on issues of human rights.
She has recently completed an LLM in International Criminal Law, with the second semester being spent at Columbia University. She has experience as a Research Assistant to Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw at Columbia University.
Anogika volunteered as a caseworker at the National Centre for Domestic Violence and the Centre for Criminal Appeals.
Economic Abuse discussed at the Family Law Forum with Karen Perrier, Natasha Isaac and Anogika Souresh - May 2020
Pupils Anogika Souresh and Hope Spalding undertake advocacy training for Children Arbitration - Apr 2020
Welcome to our new pupils Anogika Souresh and Hope Spalding - Oct 2019