Lily Walker-Parr selected as one of four new trustees of the National Justice Museum

5RB’s Lily Walker-Parr has been selected as one of four new trustees of the award-winning National Justice Museum. This appointment is a testament to the museum’s commitment to public legal learning and education and its ongoing efforts to forge diverse collaborations and partnerships.

Their purpose is to tell the story of justice through time, working inclusively and collaboratively with communities supporting the creation of a fairer and equitable society.

The Museum’s learning programmes, conducted in various locations across England, including historic courtrooms in Nottingham, the Royal Courts of Justice, the Rolls Building in London, and courts in the Northwest, are renowned for their quality and accessibility. The museum’s vision is to extend its educational offerings to more locations in the UK.

Following the appointment, Lily said, “I am delighted to be selected and to get involved with its important work as both a gatekeeper of legal history and as a key legal education resource for future generations. Its impact stretches far beyond its four walls, and I look forward to continuing to ensure that it remains accessible to all.”

Please see the recent press release from the National Justice Museum here.

Lily Walker-Parr advises and represents both claimants and defendants across all areas of media law, including defamation, misuse of private information, data protection and harassment.  She has recently appeared in the successful Supreme Court abuse of process appeal, Mueen-Uddin v SSHD and has considerable experience providing pre-publication advice in respect of print, broadcast, and social media publications.

She is currently ranked as ‘Up and Coming’ in defamation and privacy by the Chambers and Partners UK Bar Guide 2024, which describes her as “a surprisingly bold advocate for her years”.