Cherie Blair

Speaking for Myself

Cherie Blair

Talk: Speaking for Myself

Cherie Blair is a barrister and part-time judge whose focus is on public law, human rights, employment and European Community law. She is a regular contributor to a number of journals including The Times and Time Magazine. In addition, she lectures on domestic violence, women's and children's rights and health. She visited Google when publishing her autobiography, Speaking for Myself, to talk about her Liverpool childhood, being a public figure including the advantages and disadvantages of it, living a life in 10 Downing Street, the masculine-dominated legal world of the late 70s, as well as some personal matters.

Cherie Blair

Cherie Blair is a barrister and part-time judge whose focus is on public law, human rights, employment and European Community law. She is a regular contributor to a number of journals including The Times and Time Magazine. In addition, she lectures on domestic violence, women's and children's rights and health. She is married to the UK's former prime minister, Tony Blair.

The Book

Cherie Blair's much-anticipated autobiography takes the reader from a childhood in working-class Liverpool to the heart of the British legal system and then, as the wife of the Prime Minister, to 10 Downing Street. It has been an astonishing journey for a woman whose unconventional childhood was full of drama, and who grew up with a fierce sense of justice.

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