Child Criminal Exploitation, Race and Bail & Remand, Race and Sentencing

This is a recording of our third Fighting Racial Injustice training event about child criminal exploitation, race and bail & remand, and race and sentencing.

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This seminar took place on 9 June 2022. For more detailed practical advice and information, check out our full legal guide on how to navigate the police station, diversion, CCE, effective participation, remand & sentence.


Shauneen Lambe (Chair), Barrister and Attorney, Social Entrepreneur and CEO

Shauneen is a barrister and attorney, social entrepreneur, and CEO whose strategic litigation work has changed the law 4 times in the past 4 years. A true legal innovator dedicated to the law being a tool for social change, Shauneen has established numerous ground-breaking projects and organisations.

Aika Stephenson, Co-founder & Legal Director, Just for Kids Law

Aika is the co-founder and legal director of Just for Kids Law. Aika is a solicitor and youth justice expert with many years’ experience representing young people in criminal proceedings and particularly those with Special Educational Needs.

Dr Grace Robinson, Founder and CEO of Black Box Research & Consultancy

Grace is the Founder and CEO of Black Box Research and Consultancy. She has worked on over 100 Modern Slavery cases nationally, comprising drugs and weapon offences, fraud, burglary and robbery. Having completed her Ph.D on Urban Street Gangs, Child Criminal Exploitation and County Lines in Merseyside, Grace is able to offer contemporary insights into an area with little existing literature.

Danielle Manson, Barrister, Garden Court Chambers

Danielle Manson represents defendants in all areas of criminal law and associated work. She has particular expertise in representing children and young people.

Garry Green, Barrister, Doughty Street Chambers 

Garry is a member of Doughty Street Chambers. He has a strong sense of social justice and his connection to local marginalised communities remains constant. He works for an array of voluntary grassroots organisations and is especially passionate about the welfare of children and young people. Garry’s principal practice is in crime, his experience is second to none and has been honed over many years of practice in many important and high profile cases.