Meet The JUSTICE60 members

We are incredibly lucky to have support that spans the breadth of the legal profession, including members of the judiciary, barristers, solicitors, politicians and corporate organisations.

  1. Lord Kerr of Tonaghmore
  2. Rt. Honourable Lord Hodge
  3. Dame Elizabeth Gloster, DBE, PC
  4. The Rt. Hon. Dominic Grieve QC MP
  5. Karyl Nairn QC
  6. Laurence Rabinowitz QC
  7. Nicholas Aleksander
  8. Peter Binning
  9. Alan G Boyle QC
  10. Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
  11. Marie Demetriou QC
  12. Forensic Risk Alliance
  13. Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
  14. Kay Georgiou
  15. Harbour Litigation Funding
  16. Lynn Hiestand
  17. Mark Howard QC
  18. Daniel Jowell QC
  19. David & Linda Lakhdhir
  20. Richard Lissack QC
  21. Penny Madden QC
  22. Ali Malek QC
  23. Alexandra Marks
  24. Christopher Mallon
  25. Jennifer McDermott
  26. Norton Rose Fulbright LLP
  27. Andrew Onslow QC
  28. Adam Kramer, 3VB
  29. Michael Todd QC
  30. 3 Verulam Buildings
  31. Peter de Verneuil Smith
  32. Charles Graham QC
  33. Charles Béar QC
  34. Bruce Macaulay
  35. Michael Fealy QC
  36. Jonathan Nash QC
  37. Adrian Beltrami QC
  38. One Essex Court (in the memory of Alastair MacGregor QC)
  39. Chris Osborne
  40. Charlie Lightfoot
  41. 39 Essex Chambers
  42. Lipman Karas LLP
  43. Lucy Garrett QC
  44. William Trower QC
  45. Robin Dicker QC
  46. Mark Simpson QC
  47. Audley Sheppard QC
  48. Burford Capital
  49. Daniel Gal
  50. David Foxton QC
  51. David Herlihy
  52. Simon Davis
  53. Christopher Harris
  54. Dechert LLP
  55. Macfarlanes LLP
  56. Anonymous donor
  57. Christopher Hancock QC
  58. Patrick Corr
  59. Kon Asimacopoulos

Baroness Kennedy of The Shaws, Chair of JUSTICE CouncilHelenaKennedy-photo2-e1418041959924

“There’s too easy a disparaging notion that lawyers are really in the business for making money and it’s certainly not my experience. My experience of most lawyers is that even those who are working in fields which are to do with commerce or who are in the corporate world, know why a strong system matters and why protecting the rights of individuals are important in a democracy. They see it as they try and do business with other parts of the world, where legal structures are fragile, where there are no independent judges, where independent lawyering  goes punished by the state. 

We have to absolutely protect the independence of our profession, the highest of standards there are, the right to legal aid by defendants, even if we’re operating in fields where legal aid is not going to be an issue, but we need to have it there to ensure the system remains strong and just and fair. That’s what JUSTICE is about, it’s about raising issues where we see erosion is going to take place and to advise where we see that law can be bettered.

And this is why it’s those who really know something about why law matters really have to dig deep and protect it, protect JUSTICE, because if we’re not going to guard it, who will?”