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Alison McKenna was appointed the first president of the Charity Tribunal in 2008, having qualified as a barrister in 1988.
She has extensive experience in the charity sector, previously holding the role of partner and head of the charities department at Wilsons.
She has also worked as a legal adviser for the Charity Commission and the Registrar of Criminal Appeals.
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