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Chancery Lane Chats - Steven Kay QC: When politics, international prosecutions, and media clash

Steven Kay QC recently took part in an instalment of Chancery Lane Chats, a podcast series for Montford. The link to the episode, as well as the synopsis for it can be found below:

“When international criminal tribunals deal with accusations of crimes against humanity, media scrutiny is ferocious and reputations fragile. With experience on landmark cases, Steven Kay QC, one of the world’s leading criminal lawyers, reveals that in high profile international criminal cases there are often blurred lines between the law, politics and a ‘narrative’ woven by the media. In a globalised world where lies travel faster than the truth, Montfort hears that multidisciplinary collaboration is the way of the future.”

Text and image courtesy of Montford.

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