Lizzie O’Shea is Principal in Maurice Blackburn’s class actions practice, a Human Rights Hero (Access Now 2019), Recipient of the Davis Projects for Peace Prize, Founder and Chair of Digital Rights Watch, and on the board of Alliance for Gambling Reform. Lizzie is a graduate of the University of Melbourne Law School, has a Masters in Law from Columbia University, New York, and a Human Rights Fellowship from that university. As head of Maurice Blackburn Lawyers pro bono team, Lizzie ran the clinic’s 2015 case against Melbourne City Council in the Supreme Court of Victoria, and in the court of public opinion. Lizzie has also campaigned for abortion decriminalisation in Ireland and Britain, and has been involved in various social justice campaigns. Lizzie’s publications include Future Histories (Verso, 2019) which was shortlisted for the Premier’s Literary Award, articles in professional journals and in the New York Times, Guardian, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age and more.