Tyrone Steele

August 26, 2020

Tyrone is a Criminal Justice Lawyer for JUSTICE, working on a range of issues to make the system fairer and more accessible. After studying Theology at the University of Oxford, he trained and qualified as a lawyer at Clifford Chance, working in London, Hong Kong and Paris. During his time as an undergraduate and later […]

Siven Watt

February 11, 2020

Siven Watt is our Senior Legal Fellow. He initially joined JUSTICE in October 2019 as an intern through the Kalisher Trust and has since been offered a fellowship. Before joining JUSTICE, Siven completed a BA in Politics, Philosophy and History at Birkbeck College, before going on to complete the Graduate Diploma in Law at the […]

Ellen Lefley

September 26, 2019

Ellen originally studied English literature at the University of Cambridge. Whilst studying for the bar she was awarded the Hubert Monroe Award, the Baron Dr Ver Heyden de Lancey prize and the Certificate of Honour from Middle Temple and was called in 2014. She completed pupillage and thereafter practised as a tenant on the North […]

Stephanie Needleman

August 30, 2018

Stephanie is a Public Lawyer for JUSTICE working on a range of public and administrative justice reform issues. She studied Economics and Social and Political Sciences at the University of Cambridge before converting to law.  She trained and qualified as a solicitor at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP where she practiced as an associate in the […]

Tariq Desai

August 16, 2017

Tariq Desai studied Archaeology at the University of Nottingham before converting to law and qualifying and practicing as a solicitor. Before coming to JUSTICE, he spent two years studying a master’s in International Human Rights Law in Sweden, during which he was a board member for Jus Humanis, a human rights organisation. While studying for […]

Jodie Blackstock

January 22, 2015

Jodie Blackstock is JUSTICE’s Legal Director and a barrister. She is responsible for JUSTICE’s legal and policy output aiming to strengthen the justice system across criminal, civil and administrative jurisdictions. She practiced as a barrister for five years before joining JUSTICE in 2009, with a mixed common law practice in England and Wales and was […]