Pat Feast, Senior Lecturer at the School of Law, University of Portsmouth
James Hand, Associate Senior Lecturer at the School of Law, University of Portsmouth
David Allan, barrister specialising in cases involving organised or financial crime
Imran Awan, senior lecturer at Birmingham City University
Steve Baker, Member of Parliament for Wycombe
James Baxter, journalist
Ali Naseem Bejwa QC, barrister specialising in serious crime and human rights
Sir Geoffrey Bindman, founded Bindmans in 1974 and throughout his long and distinguished legal career, has specialised in civil liberty and human rights issues
Edward Cole, barrister at LexisNexis
Lucy Corrin – assistant programme leader for full-time BPTC and lecturer. Lucy practiced at Doughty Street Chambers
Nick Crinnion, journalist and editor of Law Business Review
Malcolm Dowden, property and environmental law specialist
Charles Foster, barrister specialising in medical law
Felicity Gerry QC, barrister specialising in serious fatal, sexual, financial and violent offences
Lyndon Harris, editor of Banks on Sentence and co-author of The Sexual Offences Handbook (2nd ed)
Tom Hennessey, Halsbury’s Law Exchange research assistant
Jane Hickman, founding partner of Hickman and Rose. Jane has vast experience in running complex and difficult criminal cases
Neasa MacErlean, journalist specialising in personal finance and energy
Marie-Therese Groarke, senior editor for the All England Law Reporter
Simon Hetherington, publisher, Halsbury’s Laws of England
Paul Lambert, lecturer, solicitor and author of the forthcoming book Courting Publicity: Twitter and Television Cameras in Court (Bloomsbury)
Sarah Lewis, criminal barrister, 18 Red Lion Court
Gwendolen Morgan, solicitor specialising in public law, human rights and equality law at Bindmans LLP
Craig Rose, publisher, Halsbury’s Statutes of England and Wales
Shonali Routray, Public Concern at Work
Ian Mcdougall, VP & Legal Director, LexisNexis International
Geraldine Morris, solicitor and head of LexisPSL Family
Professor David Nutt, chair of the Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs and head of the department of neuropsychopharmacology and molecular imaging at Imperial College London
Susan Singleton, solicitor practising in the commercial, competition and intellectual property law area and vice chairman of the Competition Law Association
Roger Smith OBE, solicitor and director of Justice
Michael Truman, tax expert and editor of Taxation magazine
Eduardo Ustaran, partner at Field Fisher Waterhouse
James Wilson BA/LLB (Hons), a managing editor at LexisNexis UK. He is the author of Cases, Causes and Controversies: Fifty tales from the law (Wildy, Simmonds & Hill, 2012) and a number of law journal articles.
Lucy Reed, family barrister and mediator at St John’s Chambers in Bristol. She writes the Pink Tape blog, and is the author of Family Courts without a Lawyer – A Handbook for Litigants in Person (Bath Publishing, 2011).
Julie Taylor, Employment Associate Solicitor at Gardner Leader LLP.
Laura Penny, Employment Associate Solicitor at Mishcon de Reya.
Elaine Freer, non-practising barrister, PhD student at the University of Keele and College Teaching Associate at Robinson College, Cambridge.
Breony Allen, an Australian qualified barrister and solicitor working as a legal researcher at the Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London.
Richard Allison, trained at the Criminal Bar before joining LexisNexis in 2000.
Seona Myerscough, a Specialist Child Care Solicitor and Partner at Gardner Leader.
Nicola Brocklehurst, a Solicitor at Gardner Leader in the Family Law team.
Seamus Burns, Senior Lecutrer in Biotechnical Law and Ethics at Sheffield Hallam University.
Dr. Ashley Savage, Senior Lecturer in Law at Northumbria University where he teaches Public Law across various programmes and Information Rights in Employment on the Information Rights Law LLM.
Melissa Conway, studied Law at Cambridge before completing an LL.M in Human Rights Law at UCL. Whilst at Cambridge, she was a researcher for an Anti-Trafficking Project that prepared a report on trafficking and the supply chain on behalf of the UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons. Melissa currently works at LexisNexis, where she is responsible for preparing legal webinar content.
Judi John, a journalist who worked at IRS Eclipse before joining LexisNexis in 2003, where she worked first for the Case Materials team, and since 2012 is part of the news team within Current Awareness.
Dean Kingham is an Associate Solicitor at Swain and Co LLP (www.swainandco.com) and a Committee member for the Association of Prison Lawyers.
Ciara O’Neill joined LexisNexis in 2012 after completing her MSc in Criminology and Forensic Psychology. She is also an editor of Halsbury’s Law Exchange and co-ordinated the research for the 2014 Women in Prison discussion paper.
Lise Smit is a research fellow in business and human rights at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL).
Lucy Baldwin is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at De Montfort University. He forthcoming book, Mothering Justice: Working with Mothers in Criminal and Social Justice Settings, will be released in October 2015.