English barrister turned BBC News legal correspondent, who is also an award-winning comedy and sitcom writer. Clive Coleman wrote the sitcom ‘Chambers‘, set in what was described as “perhaps the country’s least spectacular law chambers“. Launched on BBC Radio 4 it ran for three series of five episodes, but also transferred to BBC Two after its first year for two hit television series.
Clive Coleman – After Dinner Speaker
Clive Coleman Accomplishments: He is also a columnist on legal issues for The Times, having also written for The Guardian and The Independent.(Wikipedia) Barrister, leading television comedy writer, after dinner and motivational speaker working with a raft of top UK based and international companies and organisations. Fee + travel + accommodation + VAT on application.
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