Georgina Wolfe represents Ministry of Justice in Max Clifford inquest

12 June 2018

Georgina Wolfe is representing the Ministry of Justice in the high-profile inquest into the death of Max Clifford.

Mr Clifford, a celebrity publicist, died at HMP Littlehey in December 2017. He was serving an eight-year prison sentence when he was admitted to hospital following concerns for his health. He died two days later. He had been suffering from a rare, undiagnosed heart condition causing congestive heart failure. The inquest is expected to take place later this year.

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