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Catharine Seddon

Catharine spent many years as a film documentary maker, first for BBC TV and then as an independent producer for Channel 4.

She began working for the judiciary in 2002, sat on social security tribunals for many years and continues to sit on tribunals in the jurisdictions of employment and mental health. She is a presiding magistrate in Central London and sits as a Lay Assessor under the Equality Act in county court cases. Her national public appointments include the Gambling Commission and the Determinations Panel of The Pensions Regulator and, most recently, the Legal Services Board.She is a former Audit and Risk Assurance Committee (ARAC) chair and member of the Human Tissue Authority and member of the Independent Appeals Committee for the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority.