City solicitor Fiona Woolf, the former lord mayor of London who stepped down as nominee chair of the inquiry into historic child abuse, is among the legal figures to receive honours in the new year's list, published today. Woolf, consultant at city firm CMS Cameron McKenna, becomes a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire for services to the legal profession, diversity and the City of London.
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