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About the Author
David Osborne is a successful English barrister, author, public performer and public speaker. Some years ago, he hit the headlines nationwide and made legal history when he delivered his final speech to the jury entirely in verse. For this "tour de force" he was dubbed ‘The Barrister Bard’ by the popular press. He followed this with the publication of a short humorous book on the law entitled No Holds Barred and written under the pseudonym of Ivor Bigg-Wigg QC. He has appeared regularly on radio and television as a legal commentator, and has written a number of articles for the national and regional press, as well as various journals. His blog can be found at: http://www.david-osborne.com/blog In the recent past, David has also written and presented two legal revues, both times to full houses. See his website for an excerpt of one of his live performances. http://www.david-osborne.com/theatre. He is regularly in demand as a keynote and after-dinner speaker, and has written a short book on the Art of Public Speaking, available on Amazon. He is married with four children and lives in Somerset.
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The characters were probably highly exaggerated caricatures of real people, and on the whole, weren’t very endearing.
A humorous insight in the inner workings of the law, if you’re able to keep an open mind and take it with a pinch of salt. Or so I think, for all I know the book could have been incredibly accurate and real people really do act like that.