PROFILE: Simon McKay
Simon McKay is a solicitor advocate at McKay Law solicitors and advocates. Simon specialises in covert policing, intelligence and witness protection; undertakes regulatory work, principally for national sports regulatory bodies; and handles media cases generally where there is a privacy or human rights issue. Simon was the legal expert on phone hacking used by the Guardian and represented the Sunday Telegraph in the MPs' expenses case. Simon’s book Covert Policing Law & Practice is available at www.oup.com/uk/law and he blogs at www.simonmckay.wordpress.com.
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There is an unjustifiably little known text book called Miscarriages of Justice: a review of justice in error. Its editors were the esteemed Professor Clive Walker and (then) junior barrister more…