Dr Charlotte Bishop joined Exeter Law School in 2014. She holds an LLB from the University of Kent and a PhD in Law from the University of Exeter. Her research interests are inter-disciplinary and include socio-legal research into psychology, sociology, philosophy and criminology. Her recent research has been on how the harm of domestic violence, including controlling and coercive behaviour, could be more effectively evidenced in criminal court proceedings.
Christopher Hitchens was a contributing editor at the Atlantic and a columnist at The Nation and Vanity Fair. He was the author of several acclaimed books, including 'Why Orwell Matters (2002)' and 'No One Left to Lie To: The Triangulations of William Jefferson Clinton' (2012). His work appeared in numerous American and English periodicals, including Slate, Newsweek International, and The Washington Post. Hitchens was a visiting professor at the University of California, Berkeley and the New School of Social Research.
Craig Little is an Irish writer and poet using his voice to raise awareness about narcissistic abuse.
Julie Levine is a visual artist and advocate for domestic abuse survivors. She is also a public speaker on the topic of Coercive Control and post-separation abuse. Read more from Julie at her blog 'Until You Say Uncle Again,' and follow her on Twitter @julielevineart