Amal Clooney is highly regarded for her achievements as an international human rights lawyer. She also celebrated for her chic fashion choices. And the working mother of two is proud of both. But there is an accessory in his wardrobe that took him a while to get used to: the traditional mane wig required for his position as a lawyer.
"You get it when you're a really young lawyer who does not make money, you come out of spending $ 1,000 on something that will make you look really bad, especially if you're brunette," Clooney, 40, tells Vogue for the cover story of the magazine in May.
Clooney gave Vogue a glimpse of his life with his husband George Clooney, 56, and the twins Alexander and Ella, born in June 2017, along with an impressive vision of his career in right.
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"I was more concerned with the outcome of those cases [pro bono] than my paid cases," she says of what inspired her to enter into the human rights law. "And that made me think," Well, why am I not doing more of that kind of work? "
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She also emerged as a tailor-style icon (she's even co-chair of this year's Met Gala this year) and believes there's no reason why a lawyer can not have fun with fashion too.
RELATED PHOTOS: Amal Clooney Street Style: All Outfits Missing  "I hate the idea that somehow, as a human being, you have to put it in a box," says Clooney. "There is no reason why lawyers can not be funny, or actresses can not talk seriously."
Most recently, Clooney returns to the clbadroom at Columbia University of N.Y.C to teach a human rights law course. "I am delighted to return to Columbia Law School as a visiting professor and to re-teach the Human Rights course with Professor Sarah Cleveland once again," said Clooney Vogue .
"This is a moment in which the importance of human rights and the power of young people as agents of social change have never been clearer," he added. "I look forward to meeting the next generation of legal thinkers and human rights leaders on campus this spring."
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He also faces a case of two imprisoned journalists Reuters who have been imprisoned in Myanmar since December and accused of violating the Official Secrets Act of the country.
This joins Clooney's list of impressive cases, including continuing to press for the prosecution of ISIS badual crimes and defending the Irish prisoners who were abused by the country.