The justice game

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Chatto & Windus, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 415 pages
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Geoff Robertson was born in Australia, but came to London in 1970. He made his name as the fearless defender of Oz magazine at the celebrated trial and went on to engage in some of the most newsworthy cases in recent history. He has defended John Stonehouse, Cynthia Payne, Salman Rushdie, Kate Adie, Arthur Scargill, Daniel Sullivan, GAY NEWS, 'The Romans of Britain', Niggaz with Attitude', and a pair of foetal earrings. The book includes accounts of recent cases includes accounts of recent cases including the defence of a West London gym owner against the Prince of Wales, the Matrix Churchill affair, and the defence of the GUARDIAN in the cash-for-questions affair. Hugely readable, funny, scandalou, revelatory, this will become one of the great books about the law. It will cause considerable controversy with its disclosure of some of the hidden details behind some very high-profile recent legal cases.

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User Review  - Chrismueller - Goodreads

5/10 Robertson's memoirs are interesting and he makes good points about social justice issues. I read this for school, so I only read parts of the book. Robertson, despite his writing flair, is a self ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mark Colenutt - Goodreads

There goes the old joke that the smallest book in the world is the book of great Australian writers. Well, that book has grown immensely with the writings of this internationally renowned barrister ... Read full review

Contents

Who is Mr Abbie Hoffman?
3
The Trials of Oz
21
One of Our MPs is Missing
49
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

Geoffrey Robertson QC is founder and head of Doughty Street Chambers. He is the author of many books, including "Crimes Against Humanity: The Struggle for Global Justice" and "The Tyrannicide Brief". He is a Visiting Professor in Human Rights Law at Birkbeck College and Queen Mary, University of London.