Keir was Called to the Bar in 1987 and appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2002, practising in human rights and public law from Doughty Street Chambers. From 2003-2008, he was the human rights adviser to the Policing Board in Northern Ireland. He was Director of Public Prosecutions and Head of the Crown Prosecution Service from 2008-2013; a member of the Sentencing Guidelines Council from 2008-1010; and a member of the Sentencing Council from 2010-2013.
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