Tuesday March 8, 2011
Human rights lawyer who originally worked on sex-discrimination cases before setting up Doughty Street chambers
Born into a working-class, strongly Catholic and socialist family in Glasgow,Baroness Kennedy, 61, is deeply influenced by her upbringing. “We were brought up to believe that material things were not important and that people had to be measured by what they did for other people,” she says. By this standard she is doing pretty well.
If criticism can’t silence her…
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