The Sovereign Voice ITNJ Commemorative Issue - Page 12

PRESIDING Dr. Christopher Cleverly Sir John Walsh of Brannagh ITNJ JUSTICE ITNJ CHIEF JUSTICE S ir John Walsh of Brannagh, Barrister-at-Law, was born at Greenwich, England. He has practiced as an international and constitutional lawyer for the last three decades. He has been admitted to the Honorable Society of the Inner Temple and the Honorable Society of King’s Inns. In addition to his work as a Barrister, Sir John served as a Magistrate and Senior Member of an Administrative Review Tribunal for eight years and has been an Accredited Mediator for the last seventeen years. He has worked in a number of countries; including England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Spain, Holland, Ukraine, Indonesia, Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, United States of America, Canada, Mexico, Antigua, Norfolk Island, New Zealand, Australia and the Philippines. He has advised the governments of various countries around the world. Sir John is Chief Justice of the ITNJ. He is also Founder of the ITNJ Bar Association, a chapter of the Norfolk Bar Association which seeks to ensure that all Justices and Court Officers within the ITNJ adhere to the Tribunal’s founding principles. D r. Christopher John Cleverly graduated from King’s College, School of Law in 1988, and was Called to the Bar 1990, Middle Temple, London. He holds an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws from the University of Reading, 2014, and was youngest Head of Chambers in the last Century. Dr. Cleverly founded and sold Event Data Correlation Limited to London Stock Exchange listed Global Gaming Technologies plc. He has been constructing a network of blockchain groups and crypto currencies to aid the African farmer. Chris is Chairman of Block Commodities Ltd on NEX, London He is CEO of Made In Africa Foundation who started the first “Africa Rising” campaign in 2007. They advise the UK and several African governments on rapid development of the continent. Dr. Cleverly was an Original Advisor to Humanitad; Interim CEO, Plants for Peace, and has been honoured in UK by having his portrait hung in the National Portrait Gallery, London page 10