Anthony Julius

Anthony Robert Julius (born 16 July 1956) is a British solicitor advocate known for being Diana, Princess of Wales' divorce lawyer and for representing Deborah Lipstadt. He is the deputy chairman at the law firm Mishcon de Reya and honorary solicitor to Foundation for Jewish Heritage. He is a trustee for the Institute of Jewish Studies. He holds the chair in Law and Arts in the Faculty of Laws at University College London and teaches courses on Shakespeare, Kant, and William Empson. He is also a visiting professor to the Haifa university. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Idolizing pictures : idolatry, iconoclasm and Jewish art / by Julius, Anthony, 1956-

    Published 2001
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    T.S. Eliot, anti-semitism, and literary form / by Julius, Anthony, 1956-

    Published 1995
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    Trials of the diaspora : a history of anti-semitism in England / by Julius, Anthony, 1956-

    Published 2010
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    Transgressions : the offences of art / by Julius, Anthony, 1956-

    Published 2002
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    Bentham and the arts /

    Published 2020
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    Bentham and the arts /

    Published 2020
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    Bentham and the arts /

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