Angela Wilson: Former Assistant Chief Constable of Tayside Police
Angela Wilson joined Thames Valley Police Force after graduating from the University of St Andrews.
In 1994 she received a Bramshill Fellowship and two years later a Home Office research award for her work on domestic burglaries.
In 1995 she achieved an M.Sc with distinction in Investigative Psychology and later went on to study for an MBA. Angela moved back to her native Scotland in 2002 to join Tayside Police, rising to the position of Assistant Chief Constable.
In 2012 she received a life time achievement award in recognition of her leadership within equality and the development of women. She retired in 2015.
Harry Potter: Barrister, legal historian and television presenter
Harry Potter is a Leading Junior and junior for the defence in all areas of crime, including courts martial. He has also done an increasing amount of prison law, including advising on judicial reviews, appearing at adjudications, and pro bono work making submissions on life tariffs and on removal from Category A Status.
In addition, he has written a number of books on legal history, with a focus on England and Scotland. He was also leading contributor to BBC4’s Capital Punishment documentary, 2011 and presenter of BBC4 Series The Strange Case of the Law, a three part history of the English Common Law.
Lorna Drummond QC: Full time resident Sheriff sitting at Dundee Sheriff Court and Justice of Appeal in the Court of Appeal in the Territories of St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha.
Lorna Drummond was admitted as a solicitor in 1993 and employed as Assistant Scottish Parliamentary Counsel and Assistant Legal Secretary to the Scottish Law Officers before being called to the Bar in 1998.
She developed a wide practice in administrative and constitutional law, immigration, extradition, mental health, planning and commercial law.
From 2002 to 2007 she was appointed Standing Junior to the Home Department and instructed in immigration and human rights cases.
In 2007 she was appointed by the Foreign Office as Crown Counsel for a British Overseas Territory dealing with criminal, employment and administrative law. She returned to practice at the Scottish Bar in January 2009 and took up appointments as Standing Junior Counsel to the Scottish Government and Part Time Sheriff.
She was appointed ad hoc Advocate Depute in 2010 and to the Equality and Human Rights Commission Preferred Panel of Counsel in 2011.
In 2015 she became a full time resident sheriff and in 2015 was appointed Justice of Appeal in the Court of Appeal in the Territories of St Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha.