About the authorsBrian Harris OBE QC, formerly head of professional conduct at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and chairman of the disciplinary tribunals of two City regulators, is a consultant and writer on disciplinary and regulatory matters. His other publications include: The Criminal Jurisdiction of Magistrates, (joint editor) Clarke Hall and Morrison on Children (10th ed), the title Magistrates in Halsbury's Laws, The Tribunal Member, The Rehabilitation of Offenders, The Literature of the Law and Injustice.
Andrew Carnes LLB (Leicester) is a barrister practising at 4/5 Gray's Inn Square. Called to the Bar in 1984, after five years as a regulatory lawyer in an investment bank he returned to the Bar in 1991 to specialise in fraud and financial services regulation. Leading the regulatory proceedings team within chambers he has established strong links with financial services regulators on issues of authorisation and discipline. With experience in financial services and professional conduct tribunals he is currently working closely with Lloyd's and the FSA, and engaged in prosecuting, defending and advising upon regulatory enforcement proceedings.
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