Bri Lee entered a Queensland court as a bright-eyed judge’s associate. Two years later she returned as a sexual assault complainant in her own case. Helen Garner praises Bri’s award-winning account of her journey through the legal system, Eggshell Skull, as “scorching, self-scouring … a young woman finds her steel and learns to wield it”. Discussing her eloquent memoir with Guardian Australia’s editor Lenore Taylor, Bri reflects on what it means to be a woman in our justice system.
Lenore Taylor (Australian)
Lenore Taylor is editor-in-chief of Guardian Australia. She was previously a political editor and commentator for almost three decades and a foreign correspondent. She has won two Walkley awards and twice won the Paul Lyneham award for excellence in press gallery journalism. She co-authored Shitstorm – an account of the Labor government's response to the global economic crisis.