Amal Clooney praises husband George for his patience as she releases new book

She’s sharing her brilliant mind with the world.

And Amal Clooney sang praises of her husband of six-years for his patience while enduring the arduous process of writing her legal text, The Right to a Fair Trial in International Law.

The 42-year-old scholar chatted virtually with the International Bar Association on Wednesday night to launch her book where she admitted she’ll never release another book again ‘for the sake of our marriage.’ 

Legal minds: Amal Clooney chatted virtually with the International Bar Association on Wednesday night to launch her book where she admitted she'll never release another book again 'for the sake of our marriage'

Legal minds: Amal Clooney chatted virtually with the International Bar Association on Wednesday night to launch her book where she admitted she'll never release another book again 'for the sake of our marriage'

Legal minds: Amal Clooney chatted virtually with the International Bar Association on Wednesday night to launch her book where she admitted she’ll never release another book again ‘for the sake of our marriage’

Amal joked about the length of the book and how the in-depth investigation affected her marriage. 

‘I know this process seemed interminable to him,’ Amal said. ‘Especially since I was always so sure that this was ‘the very last drafting session,’ over and over again!’ 

‘The book drafting took place at all his filming locations and throughout the process,’ she added.

George and Amal have been married for six years and have three-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella. 

Talk about it: The 42-year-old scholar sang praises of her husband of six-years for his patience while enduring the arduous process of writing her legal text, The Right to a Fair Trial in International Law

Talk about it: The 42-year-old scholar sang praises of her husband of six-years for his patience while enduring the arduous process of writing her legal text, The Right to a Fair Trial in International Law

Talk about it: The 42-year-old scholar sang praises of her husband of six-years for his patience while enduring the arduous process of writing her legal text, The Right to a Fair Trial in International Law

'I know this process seemed interminable to him,' Amal said. 'Especially since I was always so sure that this was 'the very last drafting session,' over and over again!'

'I know this process seemed interminable to him,' Amal said. 'Especially since I was always so sure that this was 'the very last drafting session,' over and over again!'

‘I know this process seemed interminable to him,’ Amal said. ‘Especially since I was always so sure that this was ‘the very last drafting session,’ over and over again!’

‘He was not only patient but so wonderfully encouraging and inspiring,’ she said. ‘I really did not need another example of how amazing he is but this process provided one.’

‘I think he’s watching this downstairs in the kitchen, so I just want to say ‘thank you,” said Amal. ‘For my side, I can promise for the sake of our marriage that I will never do this again!’

IBA described the new work as ‘a comprehensive overview of international jurisprudence on one of the most litigated rights in the world: the right to a fair trial. 

Mom and Dad: George and Amal have been married for six years and have three-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella; seen in 2019

Mom and Dad: George and Amal have been married for six years and have three-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella; seen in 2019

Mom and Dad: George and Amal have been married for six years and have three-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella; seen in 2019

‘It distils international standards — drawing on international and regional treaties, the case law of international courts and tribunals, and decisions of international human rights bodies — and considers their applicability to practical scenarios that arise in criminal trials.’   

Amal added during the launch: ‘The right to a fair trial is fundamental to all of our rights and to democracy. The world, as I sure you have noticed, is becoming increasingly authoritarian. And authoritarian leaders are increasingly using courts to consolidate their power.

‘The judiciary is supposed to be our best protection against abuses of power but compliant or corrupt judges can also be a tool to stifle opponents and oppress minorities. 

The book is available for pre-order on Barnes and Noble and will be released in March 2021. 

'I think he's watching this downstairs in the kitchen, so I just want to say 'thank you,'' said Amal. 'For my side, I can promise for the sake of our marriage that I will never do this again!'

'I think he's watching this downstairs in the kitchen, so I just want to say 'thank you,'' said Amal. 'For my side, I can promise for the sake of our marriage that I will never do this again!'

‘I think he’s watching this downstairs in the kitchen, so I just want to say ‘thank you,” said Amal. ‘For my side, I can promise for the sake of our marriage that I will never do this again!’

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