The Commission is made up of 15 members: 2 from the legal profession (1 barrister, 1 solicitor), 5 judges, 1 tribunal member, 1 lay justice (magistrate), 6 lay people, including the chairman. The members of the Commission are:
- Mr Christopher Stephens
- Mr Martin Forde, QC
- Ms Alexandra Marks
- Her Honour Judge Alison McKenna
- Lay justice
- Mr John Thornhill, Esq, JP, FRSA
- Dame Valerie Strachan, DCB
- Professor Noel Lloyd, CBE
- Dr Ranjit Sondhi, CBE
- Lieutenant General Sir Andrew Ridgway, KBE, CB
- Mrs Stella Pantelides
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