"We do a lot of throwing of stones, without recognising the glass house we live in."
Jolyon Maugham KC is an activist barrister, founder of the Good Law Project, and thorn in the side of the government. He has written for The Telegraph, The Guardian and New Statesman on the legal implications of Brexit.
Jolyon is most famous for his use of the law to hold government to account. Through the Good Law Project, Jolyon has sought to challenge the UK government's approach to Brexit, COVID-19 and transgender rights. From humble origins to a major legal force, Jolyon has become a key defender against government overreach.
"He’s the ‘lawfare’ barrister who almost derailed Brexit." The Times
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