Two members of Doughty Street Chambers crime team invited by the CBA to join its new social media committee

The officers of the Criminal Bar Association have invited Abigail Bright and Tom Stevens to join its new social media committee. 

 

Both have accepted the invitation. 

 

Abigail Bright and Tom Stevens have previously applied their professional interest in criminal and media law in support of the work of the Criminal Bar Association

 

Both were led by Francis Fitzgibbon, Q.C. in the preparation of a paper on behalf of the Criminal Bar Association in response to a Law Commission consultation paper. The paper was in connection with the Law Commission's proposals to introduce new hate speech crime-related armoury for sentencing courts. 

 

Abigail and Tom will serve on the social media committee for three months, after which they will continue as executive officers of the Criminal Bar Association.

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