The QC, Lady Chatterley and nude Romans

Image copyright Getty Images Jeremy Hutchinson, who has died aged 102, was one of the greatest advocates of the 20th century. A poetry-loving socialite, he acted for a number of high profile clients in trials that both mirrored and questioned the changing attitudes in British society during the 1960s and 70s. A man of immense charm, and a great love of the underdog, he became the template for John Mortimer’s famous creation, Rumpole of the Bailey. These are just three of the trials that made his name. Lady Chatterley’s LoverRead More