Nick Walker worked for the House of Commons for 30 years, retiring at the end of 2017. During his career he clerked a number of select committees, including the Joint Committee on Human Rights and the Agriculture Committee. His final job was Clerk of the Justice Committee. He also worked in all the main Commons procedural offices, as UK National Parliament Representative to the EU, and as Director of Departmental Services, dealing with HR and budgetary matters. During his career in the Commons he undertook parliamentary strengthening work with Members and parliamentary officials in various countries: South Africa, Kenya, Mozambique, Fiji, The Gambia and Namibia. Since leaving the Commons he has advised the Independent Review of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, and has worked for the States of Guernsey on their review of the Island’s justice system. He is a member of the Independent Monitoring Board of HM Prison Belmarsh.