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David Allen Green (born 28 March 1971; ’Allen’ is his second forename) is an English lawyer and writer. He is the former legal correspondent for the New Statesman; is a columnist on law and policy for the Financial Times; and has previously blogged using the pseudonym Jack of Kent. His articles on legal matters have been published by The Guardian, The Lawyer, New Scientist, and others.

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  • David Allen Green (born 28 March 1971; ’Allen’ is his second forename) is an English lawyer and writer. He is the former legal correspondent for the New Statesman; is a columnist on law and policy for the Financial Times; and has previously blogged using the pseudonym Jack of Kent. His articles on legal matters have been published by The Guardian, The Lawyer, New Scientist, and others.
  • David Allen Green (born 28 March 1971; ’Allen’ is his second forename) is an English lawyer and writer. He is the former legal correspondent for the New Statesman; is a blogger on law and policy for the Financial Times; and has previously blogged using the pseudonym Jack of Kent. His articles on legal matters have been published by The Guardian, The Lawyer, New Scientist, and others.
  • David Allen Green (born 28 March 1971; ’Allen’ is his second forename) is an English lawyer and writer. He is the former legal correspondent for the New Statesman; writes about law and policy for the Financial Times; and has previously blogged using the pseudonym Jack of Kent. His articles on legal matters have been published by The Guardian, The Lawyer, New Scientist, and others.
  • David Allen Green (born 28 March 1971; 'Allen' is his second forename) is an English lawyer and writer. He is the former legal correspondent for the New Statesman; writes about law and policy for the Financial Times; and has previously blogged using the pseudonym Jack of Kent. His articles on legal matters have been published by The Guardian, The Lawyer, New Scientist, and others.
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  • David Allen Green (born 28 March 1971; ’Allen’ is his second forename) is an English lawyer and writer. He is the former legal correspondent for the New Statesman; is a columnist on law and policy for the Financial Times; and has previously blogged using the pseudonym Jack of Kent. His articles on legal matters have been published by The Guardian, The Lawyer, New Scientist, and others. He was shortlisted for the Orwell prize for blogging in 2010 and was a judge of the same in 2011. He was also named in 2010 as one of the leading innovators in journalism and media, and in 2011 as one of the 'Hot 100' lawyers by The Lawyer.
  • David Allen Green (born 28 March 1971; ’Allen’ is his second forename) is an English lawyer and writer. He is the former legal correspondent for the New Statesman; is a blogger on law and policy for the Financial Times; and has previously blogged using the pseudonym Jack of Kent. His articles on legal matters have been published by The Guardian, The Lawyer, New Scientist, and others. He was shortlisted for the Orwell prize for blogging in 2010 and was a judge of the same in 2011. He was also named in 2010 as one of the leading innovators in journalism and media, and in 2011 as one of the 'Hot 100' lawyers by The Lawyer.
  • David Allen Green (born 28 March 1971; ’Allen’ is his second forename) is an English lawyer and writer. He is the former legal correspondent for the New Statesman; writes about law and policy for the Financial Times; and has previously blogged using the pseudonym Jack of Kent. His articles on legal matters have been published by The Guardian, The Lawyer, New Scientist, and others. He was shortlisted for the Orwell prize for blogging in 2010 and was a judge of the same in 2011. He was also named in 2010 as one of the leading innovators in journalism and media, and in 2011 as one of the 'Hot 100' lawyers by The Lawyer.
  • David Allen Green (born 28 March 1971; 'Allen' is his second forename) is an English lawyer and writer. He is the former legal correspondent for the New Statesman; writes about law and policy for the Financial Times; and has previously blogged using the pseudonym Jack of Kent. His articles on legal matters have been published by The Guardian, The Lawyer, New Scientist, and others. He was shortlisted for the Orwell prize for blogging in 2010 and was a judge of the same in 2011. He was also named in 2010 as one of the leading innovators in journalism and media, and in 2011 as one of the 'Hot 100' lawyers by The Lawyer.
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