The Baroness Hale of Richmond, DBE, PC

Deputy president Supreme Court

Baroness Hale has redefined the face of Britain’s Supreme Court. In 2004, she became the first woman and the first family lawyer to take on the role of Lord of Appeal in Ordinary. Having begun her career teaching law at the University of Manchester, in 1986 Hale became a professor of law. She is the first High Court judge to be promoted from academia. In 1984, she was appointed to the Law Commission where she spent ten successful and noteworthy years re-defining the face of family law. In 1989 Hale took silk, and became a High Court judge five years later. She is an unconventional Justice and a major influence in the legal world.

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