June 22, 2022
Brief 17: Lucy Cornell on Navigating the Courtroom

Lucy Cornell gives straightforward advice on how to deal with the competing pressures and elements that are present in a courtroom


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Lucy Cornell

Lucy Cornell is the CEO & Founder of Cornell Voice Advisory, coaching professionals to develop the use of their voice for influence and impact.

Lucy leads an international voice and performance coaching team for advocacy courses run by the Australian Bar Association and the General Council of the Bar of South Africa. She also spoke about performance skills for the International Advocacy Training Council inaugural conference in Malaysia in 2015.

Lucy is one of 200 Linklater trained voice teachers in the world and has extensive academic and practical experience training with voice tutors from Royal Shakespeare Company (UK) and as an actor and teacher at Shakespeare and Company (USA). She also holds a Masters of Applied Science in Voice Research (U.Sydney) and a Bachelor of Arts/Education (UNSW).

Lucy’s clients include CEOs and senior executives of blue chip companies such as McKinsey, IBM, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, as well as lawyers and politicians. Lucy has also been a specialist speaker for Young President’s Organization (YPO) events globally for ten years. Further, Lucy is the Founder of The Echo Project, which supports silenced communities such as women, domestic violence survivors and individuals affected by human trafficking.