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Baroness Hale is no stranger to making history.
The first female leader of the Supreme Court. The first female law lord. The first female appointed to the Law Commission. Her list of firsts is long and impressive.
She is the leading light in child and family cases. Her pioneering work at the Law commission was substantial: the Children Act 1989, the Family Law Act 1996 and the Mental Capacity Act 2005. All of which, she stresses, put the interests of the vulnerable at the heart of proceedings.
While Baroness Hale’s legacy is demonstrably her work on the bench, her resonance extends beyond her enviable career. As one of the first women to demand more of her profession, Baroness Hale has steadily unpicked the seams of the bar. She has made the legal profession more accessible and welcoming for the next generation of women.
Her visibility is undoubtedly vital in ensuring the bench becomes diversified and better represents the people it is designed to serve. As one of the most influential and powerful women in the country, her voice adds volume to growing calls for a more diverse and representative judicial benc
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