Michael Zander QC is Emeritus Professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where he taught from 1963 to 1988. His published books include Lawyers and the Public Interest (Weidenfeld & Nicolson,1968); Legal Services for the Community (Temple Smith,1978); A Matter of Justice (IB Tauris 1988); Cases and Materials on the English Legal System (10th edn, Cambridge, 2007); A Bill of Rights? (4th edn, Sweet & Maxwell, 1996); Zander on PACE (6th edn, Sweet & Maxwell, 2013); and the 1999 Hamlyn Lectures, The State of Justice (Sweet & Maxwell, 2000). He has conducted many empirical studies. He was a member of the Royal Commission on Criminal Justice (1991–93). For 25 years (1963–88) he was also Legal Correspondent of The Guardian and has been a frequent broadcaster on radio and television. He is acknowledged to be one of the foremost authorities on the workings of the legal system.
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