The Halsbury Legal Awards 2016 :: Judges 2016
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ruthdaniel
Ruth Daniel was appointed the first Chief Executive of the Access to Justice Foundation in January 2012, working closely with the advice and pro bono sectors to help fund organisations which provide access to legal representation for those who need it but cannot afford it. After completing a degree in Law at University College London, Ruth began her career at investment bank Goldman Sachs. S...more
cdoerries
Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC is the Chairman of the Bar Council of England and Wales (BCEW) for 2016. She was called to the Bar in 1992, took silk in 2008 and was elected Bencher of Middle Temple in 2010. Practising from Atkin Chambers, Chantal has over 20 years’ experience of representing clients in commercial dispute resolution. She is recognised by the main independent legal dir...more
ananddoobay
Anand Doobay is a partner at Joseph Hage Aaronson dealing with criminal and regulatory cases. Anand primarily deals with fraud, extradition and mutual assistance matters. He has dealt with many high profile and politically sensitive investigations. He has advised a serving Prime Minister, a former Deputy Prime Minister, a Deputy Foreign Minister and three G20 Governments. Anand is the author...more
lindalee
Linda Lee qualified as a solicitor in 1994. She is currently a Consultant with Radcliffes LeBrasseur specialising in regulatory/disciplinary law with a particular interest in cases before the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal. She is Chair of the Solicitors’ Assistance Scheme. Linda has been a Law Society Council Member since 2003 and was President of the Law Society 2010-2011. She ...more
brucemacmillan
Bruce Macmillan is the founder director of the RPC Centre for Legal Leadership. Drawing on his extensive experience as an in-house lawyer, he mentors and coaches other in house lawyers and assists with education on the operational and personal development parts of their roles. A former City lawyer and trained auditor and mediator, Bruce has 17 years' experience working for multinationals...more
janmiller
Jan Miller is editor of the flagship weekly legal magazine, New Law Journal (NLJ) and associate editor of Counsel Magazine. Since joining LexisNexis in 2003 as an online news editor and journalist, Jan has edited a number of prestigious titles, including Counsel Magazine (the monthly Journal of the Bar of England and Wales), the LN Charities Appeal Supplement and Butterworths Civil Costs New...more
davidormerod
David Ormerod QC is the Professor of Criminal Justice at University College London. He is a Barrister in the Chambers of Max Hill QC at 18 Red Lion Chambers and a Bencher of Middle Temple. Since 2010 he has been Law Commissioner for England & Wales responsible for Criminal Law and Evidence. David is General Editor of Blackstone’s Criminal Practice and The Criminal Law Review. He wa...more
joshuarozenberg
Joshua Rozenberg QC (hon) is Britain's best-known commentator on the law. He is the only full-time journalist to have appointed as Queen's Counsel honoris causa. All other honorary silks have been practitioners or legal academics. After taking a law degree at Oxford he trained as a solicitor, qualifying in 1976. He is an honorary Master of the Bench (bencher) of Gray's Inn and ho...more
lucyscottmoncrieff
Lucy Scott-Moncrieff is the managing director of Scott-Moncrieff and Associates Ltd, a virtual law firm with a national reach, specialising in legal aid (still!) and private client work. Lucy has had a long connection with the Law Society, being elected to the Council in 2002, serving as President for 2012-13 and now chairing its Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee. She sits as a Men...more
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