One of the country’ best known lawyers will find himself in the dock tomorrow (Tuesday November 25) at a charity evening in London to raise funds for disadvantaged adults and children.
Nick Freeman, aka Mr Loophole, will be sharing the witness stand with economist Vicky Pryce at the YN Lawyers panel debate, Are Celebrities Above The Law?, which is being hosted by LBC breakfast show presenter Nick Ferrari.
Being attended by the capital’s legal elite, the event – being held at ME London, 336-337 The Strand – begins with a drinks and canapé networking reception, followed by an address from both Mr Freeman and Ms Pryce, who will offer their own expert opinion.
Mr Freeman’s experience comes from 30 years experience in defending clients, including a string of A-list celebrities, amongst them Jeremy Clarkson, David Beckham, Sir Alex Ferguson, Ronnie O’Sullivan and Jimmy Carr.
In Ms Pryce’s case, hers is from being jailed last year for nine weeks after being convicted for perverting the course of justice for accepting points on her driving licence for her then husband, former MP Chris Huhne.
Mr Freeman said: “I’m very much looking forward to being ‘in the dock’ at the YN Lawyers panel debate alongside Vicky Pryce.
“In my personal view celebrities are certainly not above the law, and I will be putting across my argument which is based on more than three decades working in the very heart of the legal system.
“Vicky may well have a different stand point, but whatever the outcome it should be an interesting debate, particularly when you throw Nick Ferrari into the mix.”
After the panel discussion the floor will be thrown open to the audience to put a series of questions to Mr Freeman and Ms Pryce.”
Proceeds from the evening are going to Norword, which enables more than 8,000 people each year with learning disabilities, vulnerable children and families to maximize their potential at home, in school and throughout their lives.
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