Nigel Pascoe QC is one of England's leading advocates and also the current Chairman of the Board of the barristers'fa magazine, Counsel.
||He has a corresponding career as a versatile and prolific actor and writer, with a one-man show - 'The Trial of Penn and Mead' having had over 75 performances and which has been taken to different parts of the world. He also presents 'Merely Players', an affectionate look at Shakespeare and Advocacy.
Nigel's new show opening in December - 'To Encourage the Others' - is based on the Court Martial of Admiral John Byng.
The founder and presenter of the first Law Reports on tape (All England Quarterly Law Reports), he also writes and broadcasts on a range of legal issues. He is a former chairman of the Bar Public Affairs Committee, a BBC media trainer and a contributor to the NSPCC video on the cross-examination of children.
His plays include The Nearly Man, Pro Patria, Who Killed William Rufus and Without Consent.
He has also written articles in legal journals including 'Letters to a Young Barrister' (NLJ) and 'Denial of Justice' (Counsel magazine).
Currently Nigel is completing two new plays: the first about genetics entitled 'A Piece of Nature' and the second about the run up to and aftermath of the War in Iraq, called 'My Country Right or Wrong'.
He is also working on a major film script about motor racing in the 1920's, called 'The Bentley Boys.'
Nigel is also an experienced after-dinner and conference speaker.
For more information about Nigel Pascoe QC, his projects, or to invite Nigel to be involved in a talk or give an after-dinner speech, please contact The Leo Media & Entertainment Group.