|Full Name at Birth||
Justine Stewart Thornton
Justine Thornton, Justine Thornton Qc, Justine Miliband, The Honourable Mrs Justice Thornton, Justine Thornton Queen's Counsel, Mrs Justice Thornton, Professor Justine Thornton, Professor Justine Thornton QC, @JustineT (twitter), firstname.lastname@example.org (email), [Ed Miliband's] long-term-partner-Justine-Thornton
16th September, 1970
Manchester, England, UK
5' 2" (157 cm)
diminutive size of 5 ft 2..., Piercing Blue Eyes..., kept her maiden name, Thornton, when she married Ed Miliband...
2> Nottingham High School for Girls, 1> West Bridgford comprehensive school in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England
[1989-92] Cambridge University, Robinson College (MA Hons (2:1) International Law), [1992-93] Inns of Court School of Law (BVC)
Environmental Law Barrister QC, Judge of the High Court of England & Wales, ex-actress, ex-solicitor
|Claim to Fame||
Wife of ex-Labour Party Leader Ed Miliband.
|Music Genre (Text)||
Law & Justice (legal area), Aviation & Aerospace (legal area), Acting & Drama (child actress), Administrative Law (legal area), Energy & Natural Resources (legal area), Planning, Environment & Property (legal areas), Information Rights (legal area), Health & Safety (legal area), Access to Information (legal area), Central & Local Government (legal area)
1999 > 2005|
(Government Adviser: on environment and biotechnology), 2011 > present
(Wife: of Ed Miliband), 2013 > 2016
(Self: tv appearances), 1987 > 1989
(child actress: 3 tv series), 2019 > present
(Appointed High Court Judge), 2004 > 2004
(co-author: of the 'Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 Law Society Legislation Guides'), 2009 > present
(Mother: of Daniel Miliband), 2010 > present
(Mother: of Samuel Miliband), ???? > ????
(Lawyer: law firm Chambers and Partners), 1994 > present
(Barrister: called to the Bar), ???? > present
(Chair: SERA, the Labour environment campaign), 2016 > present
(Appointed Queen’s Counsel: promoted to QC after at least 10 years as a barrister), 2017 > 2019
(Appointed Deputy High Court Judge), 2002 > 2006
(Senior Associate: law firm Allen & Overy), 2015 > 2019
(Visiting Professor of Law: at University College London, Faculty of Law), 1986 > 198?
(member: of the Central Junior Television Workshop), 2010 > 2011
(Fiancee: of Ed Miliband), 2018 > 2018
(Recorder: judicial officer), 2019 > present
(Distinguished Judicial Visitor: at University College London, Faculty of Law), ???? > ????
(Case Law Editor: for Journal of Environmental Law), 1994 > 1997
(practising Barrister: Field Court Chambers, Gray's Inn, London), 1997 > 2002
(Associate: law firm Simmons & Simmons), 1997 > 1997
(Bar Council Scholarship: to the Environment Department of the European Commission), 1998 > 1999
(Visiting Lecturer: at the Academy of European Law, Trier, Germany), 2000 > 2008
(Co-convenor: of UKELA Working Party on Environmental Litigation), ???? > ????
(Advocate: for the Welsh Assembly Government), ???? > ????
(Junior Counsel: to the Crown. Member of the Attorney General's C Panel), ???? > ????
(General Editor: of Thomson Reuters Encyclopaedia of Environmental Law), 2006 > present
(Barrister QC specialising in environmental, energy and planning law: at 39 ESSEX CHAMBERS), ???? > present
(member: Planning and Environmental Bar Association), 1997 > 1997
(co-author: ‘Environmental Law’)
Oxford University Press (publisher), Sweet & Maxwell (publisher), Law Society (publisher), Reuters Thomson (publisher)
|Talent Agency (e.g. Modelling)||
Legal client > Department for Energy and Climate Change, Legal client > EDF Energy, Legal client > Southern Water, Legal client > Department for Transport, Legal client > Greenpeace, Legal client > Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs, Legal client > United Utilities, Legal client > The Environment Agency, Legal client > Friends of the Earth, Legal client > Bath & North East Somerset Council, Legal client > Veolia United Utilities, Legal client > Department for Communities and Local Government,, Legal client > Marine Management Organisation, Legal client > Welsh Assembly Government
Pam Ferris (co-star in Harwicke House)
Ed Miliband (husband), David Miliband (brother-in-law), Frances Osborne (friend), George Osborne (University friend), James Taylor (co-author), Quincy Whitaker (lawyer friend), Silas Beckwith (co-author), Sue Willman (colleague)
(holiday), Dartmouth Park in North London
(former residence), Libya
(Roman ruins), Langar Hall near Nottingham
(marriage venue), Lake Bala, Wales, Barry Island, Wales, Mount Toubkal in Morocco's Atlas Mountains
Temperley (wedding dress), L.K. Bennett (dress)
Dame Justine Thornton DBE QC (born 16 September 1970), styled The Hon Mrs Justice Thornton, is an English barrister and judge of the High Court of England and Wales.