Bri Lee: Eggshell Skull Tour

EGGSHELL SKULL: A well-established legal doctrine that a defendant must 'take their victim as they find them'. If a single punch kills someone because of their thin skull, that victim's weakness cannot mitigate the seriousness of the crime.

But what if it also works the other way? What if a defendant on trial for sexual crimes has to accept his 'victim' as she comes: a strong, determined accuser who knows the legal system, who will not back down until justice is done?

Bri Lee began her first day of work at the Queensland District Court as a bright-eyed judge's associate. Two years later she was back as the complainant in her own case.

Bri Lee in conversation with Cathy van Extel
Wednesday 23rd May
6.00PM – 8.00PM
Avid Reader Bookshop
193 Boundary Street, West End

Bri Lee in conversation with Zoya Patel
Sunday 27th May
3.00PM – 4.00PM
MUSE Canberra
69 Canberra Avenue, Kingston

Bri Lee in conversation with Clementine Ford
Monday 28th May
6.30PM - 7.30PM
Presented by Readings Bookshop with the Victorian Women's Trust
Venue: Church of All Nations
180 Palmerston Street, Carlton

Bri Lee in conversation with Deb Tribe
Tuesday 29th May
6.30PM - 7.45PM
Presented by Matilda Bookshop
Venue: University of SA, Level 2, Barbara Hanrahan Building
61 North Terrace, Adelaide

Eggshell Skull launch with Fiona Wright
Wednesday 30th May
6.30PM - 7.30PM
Better Read Than Dead
Camperdown Commons, 31A Mallett Street, Compton

Bri Lee in conversation with Kate Wild
Thursday 31st May
Dymocks Sydney
424 – 430 George Street, Sydney

Bri Lee in conversation with Rachel Edwards
Friday 1st June
Fullers Bookshop
131 Collins Street, Hobart

Bri Lee
Wednesday 6th June
Riverbend Books
193 Oxford Street, Bulimba 4171

Eggshell Skull

by Bri Lee

'Scorching, self-scouring: a young woman finds her steel and learns to wield it' - Helen Garner

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