Warwick Policy Lab lecture - Jeremy WrightFriday 29 Jan 2016
Jeremy Wright, Attorney General for England and Wales, visits Warwick to speak at the next Warwick Policy Lab (WPL) lecture.
The WPL lecture series is open to all University students and staff and invites speakers from outside the University to speak on interesting and important real world issues.
The aim of these guest lectures are to help students interpret what they have learnt in lectures and classes to interesting and important real world situations and subjects.
Attorney General for England and Wales
"Making law and politics work together at the centre of government"
Thursday 10 March 2016
Location: IMC0.02 (view on interative map)
Jeremy Wright bio
Jeremy was chosen to represent the Conservative party in Rugby and Kenilworth in 2003, winning the seat back from Labour in 2005. In 2012 he was appointed to the position of Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry of Justice with responsibility for the prison service, probation, rehabilitation and sentencing.
In the Government reshuffle in July 2014, Jeremy was promoted to Attorney General, chief legal adviser to the government. The role also oversees the Crown Prosecution Service, the Serious Fraud Office and Her Majesty’s Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate.