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The University of Winchester is delighted to host an evening with Mark George QC.

Mark is a barrister, bencher of Inner Temple and Head of Chambers at Garden Court North Chambers in Manchester where he specialises in criminal law. For the last two-and-a-half years he has been representing 22 of the families involved in the Inquests of those who died in the Hillsborough disaster in 1989. In 1998 he assisted two local attorneys working on a capital murder case awaiting trial in Lamar County, Texas. He has been involved with Amicus for over fifteen years. A regular speaker at the training sessions in London, he also writes articles on death penalty law and procedure in the United States for the Amicus Journal. Each year he speaks at a number of universities and law colleges about the work of Amicus. He has helped to write a number of amicus curiae briefs to the US Supreme Court where the comparison with the law of England & Wales has been relevant.

Mark George will be speaking about his Pro Bono work including his involvement with Amicus ALJ.


The event will be held in SAB 204 and donations to Amicus ALJ will be encouraged on the night.

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