Adrian Fulford

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Sir Adrian Fulford
Sir Adrian Fulford (Adrian Bruce Fulford, born 1953) is a judge. He is a member of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales and was a member of the International Criminal Court in The Hague from 2003 to 2012.

He was ranked number 41 in the Pink List 2011 and 46 in the Pink List 2012. The Pink List 2012 citation said:

"First openly gay judge in the UK, the Hon Mr Justice Fulford is also one of the most respected, presiding over important recent cases. This year, in The Hague, he delivered the International Criminal Court's first guilty verdict. It was on Thomas Lubanga for humanitarian crimes in DR Congo."
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