A Series: Public Interest Careers Pt.4 (JLAP Interviews)

Nic Madge
Interviewed By Sahana Karthik and Majd Mansour 
His Honour Nic Madge started off his illustrious career as a human rights lawyer before transitioning into a more judicial role. He became a successful district judge before moving on to become a circuit judge, trying criminal cases that involved serious and highly emotional offences. As a judge, he became a member of the Judicial Studies Board as a senior judicial trainer, both in the UK and abroad.
He has given lectures on a range of legal topics all over the world, including at international conferences in France, Belgium and Ireland. He has trained judges in Malta and drafted legal guidelines for Rwanda. He also participated in Human Rights Missions to Ankara with Amnesty International and to Mexico with FIDH.

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