Anthony Heaton-Armstrong

Anthony Heaton-Armstrong

Anthony Heaton-Armstrong practised at the criminal Bar for 45 years.

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45 years at the criminal Bar: A head above the parapet

Anthony Heaton-Armstrong takes the opportunity of retirement to reflect on the good, the bad and the ugly of his 45 years in practice at the criminal Bar

24 June 2019

A good match

Bad forensic science could jeopardise the integrity of the criminal justice system, so Gill Tully and Anthony Heaton-Armstrong examine the march towards better quality of services and a standing-bearing role for the Bar

27 June 2017

IICSA: a challenge to due process?

As the IICSA launches under its fourth chair, David Wolchover and Anthony Heaton-Armstrong ask how radically the Jay Review has reined in its objectives in wake of criticisms about deficit of due process

Coming at a time of mounting public disquiet over the actions and management of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), the mysterious resignations of its third chair, Dame Lowell Goddard, its leading counsel, Ben Emmerson QC, and other legal staff gave replacement chair, Professor Alexis Jay, pause to take stock. 

21 March 2017
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