Celebrity Celebrity Couples All in a Day's Work: Amal Clooney Honored for Human Rights Work, Looks Fabulous By Meghan Overdeep Meghan Overdeep Twitter Meghan Overdeep is a writer and editor based in Brooklyn who covers all things celebrity and pop culture. She worked as a News Blogger for InStyle for two years and is currently a Senior Staff Writer at Southern Living. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on January 18, 2017 @ 09:30AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic Among the most influential women in the world, it's safe to say that Amal Clooney was in good company Tuesday night. The esteemed human rights lawyer and her Hollywood husband George Clooney attended the Women of Impact dinner hosted by publisher Tina Brown in Davos, Switzerland, where the World Economic Forum is hosting its annual meeting. People reports that Amal and her Nobel Peace Prize–nominated client, Nadia Murad, were guests of honor at the star-studded dinner. Among the topics of discussion: Murad's harrowing story. In 2014 she was taken prisoner by ISIS after her mother and brothers were executed. A former sex slave for an ISIS commander, Murad convinced Amal to bring the terrorist network to court. David Biedert The human rights lawyer attended the Women of Impact dinner in Switzerland in a shimmering dress that perfectly concealed her baby bump. Mrs. Clooney accessorized the number with olive green pumps and orange statement earrings. David Biedert In contrast to the weighty purpose of the event, Amal looked flawless as usual in a shimmery, cream, separates-style ensemble. A knee-length pleated skirt showed off the 38-year-old's legs, which were highlighted by a pair of olive pointed-toe pumps. George, dressed in all-black, beamed with pride as he posed for pictures beside her. Also in attendance: Vice President Joe Biden, who looked thrilled to spend time with the couple. VIDEO: George & Amal Clooney's Cutest Couple Moments Amal Clooney Gets Her Career Ambition (and Fashion Sense) from Her Mom In a September interview with Cynthia McFadden of NBC News, Clooney says that before taking on Murad's case she discussed the idea with her husband. "We are aware of some of the risks involved ... he met Nadia too, and I think he was moved for the same reasons, he understood ... this is my work," she explained at the time.