Deputy solicitor general, criminal group
- Returned to Crown Law as Deputy Solicitor-General in January 2021.
- Previously spent about 15 years in the Criminal Group as a Crown Counsel, Criminal Team Manager, and Acting Deputy Solicitor-General (Criminal).
- Has appeared in the senior appellate courts representing both the Crown and defendants, and has provided legal advice on criminal and other public law matters across government.
- Has served as national director of the Public Defence Service, deputy inspector-general of intelligence and security, and as inspector-general during 2019/20.
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