In particular, her research, publications and campaigning has led to changes in the law in the context of ‘Modern Slavery, Female Genital Mutilation and Reproductive Rights.
Felicity has spoken at length about issues relating to women as witnesses, victims and jurists in justice systems, including on issues of career development. She is part of a Harvard research project to draft a Treaty on Violence Against Women and Girls and led a 4 -year project on women in prison where the reports were described as ‘The most important since Corston’. Her findings suggested it was important to avoid imprisonment for most women offenders.
Felicity also has a long history of dealing with serious cases of homicide, abuse and fraud involving women as victims, witnesses and suspects as well as researching legal issues that affect women and campaigning on the visibility of women in justice systems.