Clement-Jones family - Person Sheet
Clement-Jones family - Person Sheet
NameJeremy Nicholas HUTCHINSON Baron Hutchinson of Lullington QC, 10734
FatherSt John HUTCHINSON KC , 10733 (1884-1942)
MotherMary BARNES , 10732 (1889-1977)
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Jeremy Hutchinson, Baron Hutchinson of Lullington

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For other people named Jeremy Hutchinson, see Jeremy Hutchinson (disambiguation).
Jeremy Nicolas Hutchinson, Baron Hutchinson of Lullington QC (born 28 March 1915) is a British lawyer.


Hutchinson was educated at Stowe School and Magdalen College, Oxford, where he graduated with a Master of Arts in philosophy, politics and economics.


He was Called to the Bar, Middle Temple in 1939 and served in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve during the Second World War. He worked on the defence team in the Lady Chatterley trial in 1960[1] and became a Queen's Counsel in 1961 and a Bencher, Recorder of Bath and of the Crown Court between 1963 and 1988. He also led the defence of the art thief Kempton Bunton in 1965.

Hutchinson was a member of the Committee on Immigration Appeals and of the Committee on Identification Procedures. He was vice-chairman of the Arts Council of Great Britain and a Professor of Law at the Royal Academy of Arts. For the Tate Gallery, he was first trustee and then chairman. On 16 May 1978 he was created a life peer with the title Baron Hutchinson of Lullington, of Lullington in the County of East Sussex. He later took leave of absence from the House of Lords; on 3 October 2011 he became one of the first two Peers to formally and permanently retire from membership under a newly-instituted procedure.[3]

[Personal life

Hutchinson was married firstly to Peggy Ashcroft from 1940 until 1966, when he married secondly June Osborn. He has one son and one daughter by his first wife.
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