Charlotte McLeod

Crime & Justice Research Fellow, 2012-14


Charlotte is a Research Fellow in the Crime and Justice Unit at Policy Exchange. She was called to the Bar by The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple in November 2012, following completion of the Bar Professional Training Course at City Law School and LLB at Cardiff University.Charlotte joined Policy Exchange in July 2012, previously working in the Development Unit. Prior to this, she has volunteered for the National Centre for Domestic Violence and as a Trustee of the Young Achievers Trust.

Charlotte McLeod

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