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A day in the life of ... Lucy Reed (Barrister and Mediator)
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What is your position and what you do on a day-to-day basis?
I’m a family barrister specialising in children work. I also run the Pink Tape blog
and am the chair of the Transparency Project
How long have you been in this role and what brought you here?
I’ve been at the bar for 13years now although I had never thought of being a lawyer until I was in my twenties. I found myself as President of the Students’ Union at Birkbeck (Uni of London) where I gained a reputation for advocating pretty relentlessly on behalf of individual students and the student...
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