Amal Clooney attends meeting with David Cameron, day after partying with Stella McCartney

With her high-flying career and dreamy Hollywood husband, Amal Clooney is proving that she can have it all. The accomplished lawyer attended a meeting with Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday morning, just a few hours after partying with Stella McCartney the night before.

Amal, who specialises in human rights and international law, was pictured arriving at the Houses of Parliament where one of her cases was being discussed.

She is currently campaigning to free the imprisoned former president of the Maldives, Mohamed Nasheed – the country's first democratically elected leader who was overthrown by a coup in 2012.

Lawyer Amal Clooney met with David Cameron to discuss one of her cases

As part of Mr Nasheed's legal team, Amal had the opportunity to meet the former president's wife Laila Ali Abdulla, David Cameron and other politicians at Westminster. The group held a short meeting before Mr Cameron jetted off to Berlin to meet with the Queen and Angela Merkel.

A photo of George Clooney's wife was tweeted from the meeting, which showed the ever-elegant Amal dressed in a crisp white jacket and skirt suit. Despite having enjoyed a night on the town with Stella McCartney a few hours prior, the Lebanon-born beauty showed no signs of fatigue.

Amal Clooney looked the picture of elegance in a white skirt suit

Amal, 37, had spent Tuesday evening catching up with the designer at private members club Electric House in Notting Hill, West London.

The Doughty Street Chambers lawyer was dressed in a playful creation by Stella, a one-shoulder black lace jumpsuit that showed off her svelte figure. Amal paired her outfit with a neon yellow statement clutch and nude heels.

"My wife's the smart one!" George Clooney has previously said

Earlier this year Tomorrowland star George said his wife Amal was "the smart one" in their marriage.

Attending the SeriousFun Children's Network's New York Gala, George fluffed his lines and accidentally overestimated the number of countries the charity helped.

"Since 1988, these camps have (helped) over a half million sick kids and their families from over five hun… - over 50 countries – five hundred countries would be too many," he said. "There aren't actually that many."

As the audience chuckled, George added, "My wife's the smart one!"