Changing the conversation about health

Lord Clement-Jones

Tim Clement-Jones OBE is a Liberal Democrat peer and has a background in the law. He is Chair of Council at the School of Pharmacy, University of London. He was the party health spokesperson in the Lords, before taking on the Culture, Media and Sport brief. Formerly Vice Chairman of the All-Party Autism Group, he is also Federal Treasurer of the Liberal Democrats. He piloted the Tobacco Advertising and Sponsorship Bill through the House of Lords in 2004. He was a trustee of Cancerbackup, the cancer information charity founded by his late wife, Dr Vicky Clement-Jones, which has now merged with MacMillan Cancer Support. He is a partner of the law firm DLA Piper.