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Harriet Johnson

Harriet qualified as a barrister in 2010 and practises from Doughty Street Chambers, where she specialises in human rights and criminal law and acts in cases involving the most serious allegations of criminal and civil wrongdoing. She has spoken at legal conferences all over the world, as well as being a frequent media contributor on the subject of law and justice, in particular through the lens of gender. Her first book, Enough: The Violence Against Women and How to End It, published by Harper Collins in 2022, was an Amazon bestseller and was named by Waterstones on their list of the best books of 2022. Harriet is joint chair of the board of trustees of the charity Women In Prison.