Professor Leslie Thomas QC, of Garden Court Chambers, is Gresham College’s first Black Professor of Law in its 400-year history and is a Visiting Professor at Goldsmiths, University of London. A former Joint Head of Chambers at Garden Court, Leslie is a human rights/civil liberties specialist with an emphasis on inquests and public inquiries. He is a Master of Bench at Inner Temple and received the Lifetime Achievement Award (2017) in the Diversity Legal Awards from the Black Solicitors Network.
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