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Tim Kevan is a co-founder of Law Brief Publishing which publishes hard copy books, an online law journal and email newsletters. He is the the author of two novels published by Bloomsbury: Law and Disorder (2009) and Law and Peace (2011). They are based on the BabyBarista Blog which appeared for three years on The Times online and later for two years on The Guardian online. He practised as a barrister in London for ten years. He now lives in Braunton in North Devon with his wife Louise, daughters Grace and Hope and dog Jack and is a co-founder of two businesses, one of which has since been sold to Thomson Reuters. See also The Barrister Blog
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