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The inquests into the deaths resulting from the Hillsborough Stadium Disaster have concluded

27th April 2016

The jury decided that the 96 deceased had been unlawfully killed. The inquests were the longest in British legal history.

Andrew O’Connor QC, Dominic Adamson, William Irwin, Anthony Lenanton, Piers Taylor and Matthew Waszak represented the Independent Police Complaints Commission at the inquests.  The IPCC’s investigation continues.





Related Barristers

Andrew O’Connor QC

Andrew O’Connor QC
Year of Call: 1996
Year of Silk: 2015

Dominic Adamson QC

Dominic Adamson QC
Year of Call: 1997
Year of Silk: 2020

William Irwin

William Irwin
Year of Call: 2010

Anthony Lenanton

Anthony Lenanton
Year of Call: 2011

Piers Taylor

Piers Taylor
Year of Call: 2012

Matthew Waszak

Matthew Waszak
Year of Call: 2012


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