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A Bookoccino Exclusive - Geoffrey Robertson Shares his Memoir

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by Jody Kimber (subscribe)
Freelance writing. Out of the urban clutter of the East and now situated on the Pittwater.
Its not all hypothetical - It is Geoffrey Robertson QC

Geoffrey Robertson QC is the ever charismatically distinguished legal counsel and human rights advocate. Mr Robertson has been a UN War Crimes Judge, Counsel for notable Old Bailey trials, defence counsel for many men facing the death sentence in the Carribean and has won landmark rulings on civil liberty from the highest courts in Britain, Europe and across the Commonwealth.

From a boyhood in Eastwood to Law at Sydney University and beyond, Geoffrey Robertson is "Rather His Own Man." This current literary offering is published by Penguin Random House and Geoffrey Robertson tells of his distinguished life in law and beyond media with wit and wisdom.

This coming Thursday, there is an opportunity to attend a Bookoccino exclusive event at the Avalon Surf Lifesaving Club, Avalon Beach with Mr Geoffrey Robertson QC.

The event commences at 6pm with oysters and champagne on arrival and antipasti buffet, finger foods and beverages included.

Please contact Eventbrite instore or via phone (02) 99731244 or email at for bookings. Online bookings may also be made via Eventbrite.

If the far reaches of the Northern Beaches (Avalon) is a bit too far to travel from urban Sydney, Geoffrey Robertson will be talking at the Sydney Writers Festival on 26th March, at the City Recital Hall.
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Why? It's Geoffrey Robertson QC!
When: Thursday 22nd March, 6pm
Phone: (02) 99731244
Where: Avalon Surf Club, 558A Barrenjoey Road Avalon Beach 2107
Cost: Tickets $90 through Bookoccino Bookstore and Cafe
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