Chair - Professor Alan Page, Professor of Public Law, University of Dundee. He has published extensively in the fields of public law, EU law and financial services law, and has acted as a specialist advisor to Parliamentary Committees of the Scottish Parliament, House of Commons and House of Lords, as well as to the London Stock Exchange where he was responsible for rewriting the rules of the Exchange; and to the European Union and the United Nations in respect of many of the 'transition' countries of central and eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
His most recent book, Constitutional Law of Scotland (W Green 2015), published under the auspices of the Scottish Universities Law Institute, provides the first complete account of the constitutional law and governance of Scotland since devolution and the historic referendum on Scottish independence.
Vice-Chair - Rosemary Agnew, Scottish Information Commissioner since May 2012 was formerly Chief Executive of the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission and Assistant Ombudsman at the Local Government Ombudsman.
Secretary - Sarah Hutchison, Head of Policy and Information, Office of the Scottish Information Commissioner
Kevin Dunion, Honorary Professor, Dundee Law School, University of Dundee. Former Scottish Information Commissioner (2003-2012), he is author of Freedom of Information in Scotland in Practice. (EUP 2012). Currently a member of World Bank Access to Information Appeals Board, as well the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission and the Standards Commission for Scotland. He has extensively provided international consultancy advice on the implementation and effectiveness of FoI appeals processes, most recently in Brazil, Croatia, Georgia and Tunisia