Peter Binning is a Partner at Corker Binning and is one of the country’s leading criminal law practitioners.

Peter has been a member of the JUSTICE Board since 2015, having previously served from 1999 – 2002. Prior to this, he was a long standing Council member and served on our Finance Committee. Peter is a member of our Development Board.

Board members

  • Alexandra Carr is a Senior Associate in the litigation department at Howard Kennedy. Her practice focuses on commercial litigation and civil fraud. She is actively involved in her firm’s Pro Bono initiatives, including regularly volunteering with the Toynbee Hall Free Legal Advice Clinics and for LawWorks. Alexandra is passionate and committed to participating in the justice system as a whole in the United Kingdom, and to promoting fair access to justice and a more diverse judiciary. Alexandra joined the JUSTICE Board in 2017, with an interest in promoting JUSTICE’s values and objectives and to assist with events and fundraising.
  • Patrick Corr is a partner at Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP in London. He has extensive experience in both contentious and non-contentious corporate recovery and turnaround matters. Patrick is a former member of Co-operation Ireland, a non-political and non-denominational charity dedicated to peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Patrick has been a member of the JUSTICE Board since October 2018.
  • Naomi Creutzfeldt is a Professor of Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Westminster where she teaches public law and comparative law. She is currently working on a Nuffield funded project understanding the court modernisation process, COVID-19 and its effects on vulnerable people.  Before this she was part of the European Civil Justice Systems team at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford. Her interests in administrative and civil justice systems and ADR (as pathways of informal dispute resolution) have a broader scope, addressing questions of access to justice, vulnerability, and consumer protection. Naomi is a member of the Common Room at Wolfson College (Oxford), the dispute resolution ombudsman standards board, the Peer Review College UKRI and a civil and commercial mediator. Naomi is on the Steering Group of the Administrative Justice Council, for which JUSTICE provides the Secretariat, and serves as the co-chair of its Academic Panel. Naomi was elected to the Board in October 2018.
  • N. Lynn Hiestand is a former partner of the law firm, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.  After more than 27 years in private practice, Lynn retired and relocated to Iraq for three years where she served as Iraqi Legal Programs Director and then Country Director for Heartland Alliance International (HAI), a human rights organisation providing legal, social and mental health services to vulnerable populations, including survivors of torture, human trafficking, and gender based violence. Now based in the US, Lynn serves on the boards of a number of UK and US based charities public interest charities. Lynn has been a JUSTICE Board member since October 2016.
  • Christina Liciaga is an entrepreneur turned international financial services executive, with 15+ years of experience as a Founder, Board Member, Global Director and Venture Advisor for high growth tech start-ups, SMEs and multinational corporations across North and Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. She is named the top 100 BAME Leaders in Business in UK and the top 100 EMpower Ethnic Minority Role Models in UK, Europe and North America by the Financial Times. Currently Head of Customer Service for HSBC UK, Christina is an expert in creating corporate and customer strategies with experience including advising large corporates on post-merger integrations, restructuring multinational global portfolios, developing client segmentation strategies, designing digital lifestyle solutions, and launching a global award-winning wealth membership proposition. Christina was elected to the JUSTICE Board in 2016, appointed to the Finance Committee in 2019 and contributed to the 2017 and 2019 Increasing Judicial Diversity reports most recently as a working party member.
  • Alastair Livesey is a senior lawyer at Shearman & Sterling, where he acts as counsel in a range of high-value international arbitrations, litigations and white collar/regulatory matters. Al also regularly advises on public international law and business and human rights matters, and has assisted clients to develop and benchmark their ethics and compliance programmes. Al previously worked at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and for several law reform and human rights organisations, including JUSTICE. He has previously served on the Board of Bail for Immigration Detainees, and sits on the Legal Advisory Board for Mermaids. Al has been a member of JUSTICE since 2013 and was elected to the Board in 2021.
  • Jennifer MacLeod is a junior barrister at Brick Court Chambers, where she has a broad practice encompassing human rights and public law, EU and competition law, and commercial claims. She is called to the Bar in England, Ireland and New York, and worked for a number of international human rights organisations before coming to the Bar.  Previously to serving on the JUSTICE board, she was for a number of years a founding director of Lawyers against Abuse, a charity providing legal support to victims of sexual assault in South Africa. Jennifer was elected to the JUSTICE Board in 2018.
  • Kate Saunders is Head of International Policy at the BBC, where she works on a range of policy issues that affect public service broadcasting, technology regulation and journalism in Europe, the US and across the globe. She has also held public policy, corporate communications and media relations roles at The Guardian, The Law Society of England and Wales and at Weber Shandwick. Kate worked and trained at Clifford Chance LLP as a corporate finance solicitor, including a secondment to Liberty. She has been a JUSTICE Board member since 2017.
  • Dame Alison Saunders DCB is a qualified barrister and partner at Linklaters. Before joining Linklaters earlier this year, Alison was the most senior public prosecutor in England and Wales, as the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and head of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), only the second woman to hold the post. Alison served as deputy legal adviser to the Attorney General from 2003 to 2005, returning to establish organised crime division of the CPS and serve as the chief crown prosecutor for London from 2009 to 2013. She previously sat on the Sentencing Council. Alison has been a member of JUSTICE since 2018, when she was appointed to the JUSTICE Council. Alison was elected to the Board in October 2019.
  • Rachel Sexton is a Partner and the Head of the Financial Services – Forensic & Integrity Services team at EY. Her team is comprised of compliance professionals, forensic accountants, internal auditors, data analysts, former regulators and former law enforcement professionals. Rachel has brought together this team from diverse disciplines to solve her clients’ complex financial crime compliance issues and investigate incidents when they arise. Rachel has a BSc (Hons) in Business Administration and Accountancy from California State University at Northridge and is a US Certified Public Accountant. She has also earned Diplomas in Financial Crime Prevention and Anti-Money Laundering from International Compliance Training. She regularly speaks at conferences on financial crime compliance and investigations. She is also a Trustee Director for the Fraud Advisory Panel which is a non-profit organisation that champions best practice in fraud prevention, detection, investigation and prosecution, and advises people and organisations on how to best protect themselves against fraud. Rachel was elected to the Board in October 2018 and is our current Treasurer.
  • Sir Michael Tugendhat was a Judge of the High Court of England and Wales from 2003 to 2014, following a career at the Bar from 1970. From 2010 to 2014 he was the Judge in charge of the Queen’s Bench Division civil lists. His publications include The Law of Privacy and Media (OUP 2002, now 3rd edn 2016) and Liberty Intact: Human Rights in English Law (OUP 2016). His new book, on the history of the French Declaration of the Rights of Man 1789 (Les droits du genre humain la liberté en France et en Angleterre (1159-1793)), was published by the Société de législation comparée, Paris, in October 2021.