Human Rights Committee member Alastair Logan reflects on his distinguished career as a solicitor, defending “the Guildford Four” and fighting for access to justice.
Alastair Logan has been a tireless campaigner for access to justice for more than 40 years, standing up not only for the victims of miscarriages of justice, but also for prisoners’ rights.
In this podcast, Alastair explains how he came to defend the Guildford Four, his early career in family law, and his involvement in the case of the Maguire seven. Alastair also discusses his work on Tasers, and his campaign against he closure of the Forensic Science Service:
A transcript can be provided upon request.