Colleagues remember a ‘deeply intelligent and kind’ journalist who brought clarity to the law
The Guardian journalist Marcel Berlins has died at the age of 77. The writer, lawyer and academic wrote about the law and crime fiction for the title and others, including the Times, during his career.
He was remembered for his brilliantly clear style of writing and his sense of humanity by former colleagues. He died on Wednesday, following a brain haemorrhage.
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