Chairman of the Inquiry
Sir Martin Moore-Bick was called to the Bar in 1969 and appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1986. He was appointed to the High Court in 1995 and to the Court of Appeal in 2005. During his twenty years as a judge he heard a wide variety of commercial, civil and criminal cases. He retired as a Lord Justice of Appeal in December 2016. He is supported by Counsel to the Inquiry and a team of civil servants, seconded to the Inquiry from a range of Government Departments.
Director General and Secretary to the Inquiry
Mark Fisher started work as Director General and Secretary to the Inquiry on 26 June 2017. He was previously Director of the Office for Civil Society and Innovation in the Cabinet Office. Mark has been in the public service for 34 years, mainly in the Department for Work and Pensions.
Counsel to the Inquiry
Richard Millett QC has been appointed as Lead Counsel to the Inquiry. Richard was called to the Bar in 1985 and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2003. He has extensive experience of handling complex commercial disputes in a range of specialist areas, with an emphasis on advocacy in court, arbitration and other tribunals. He also sits as a Deputy High Court Judge.
Richard will be assisted by Bernard Richmond QC, Kate Grange QC and Andrew Kinnier QC.
Bernard Richmond QC was called to the Bar in 1988 and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2006. He is a criminal defence specialist with substantial experience of cases involving vulnerable people. He also sits as an Assistant Coroner.
Kate Grange QC was called to the Bar in 1998 and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2017. She has particular expertise in relation to commercial, construction, public and inquiry law.
Andrew Kinnier QC was called to the Bar in 1996 and was appointed Queen's Counsel in 2018. He has particular expertise in product liability law, public procurement, public and administrative law, local government law, health and safety law and environmental law.
Camilla Ter Haar
The Inquiry is also supported by a document review team comprising junior barristers and paralegals.
Solicitor to the Inquiry
Caroline Featherstone qualified as a registered nurse in 1986. She worked in the NHS until she changed career in 1998 when she was admitted as a solicitor. Having spent some years working in private practice, Caroline joined the Government Legal Department in 2006 and was most recently a Deputy Director leading a large litigation team.
Director and Deputy Secretary to the Inquiry
Dileeni Daniel-Selvaratnam was called to the Bar in 1999. She joined the civil service in 2004 and has spent much of her career at the Ministry of Justice in roles spanning strategy, policy and project delivery. Prior to joining the Inquiry she was the Director of Strategy and Change at the Insolvency Service.