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    Evan Whitton

    Evan has been a journalist for more than 50 years. He was editor of The National Times, chief reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald and reader in journalism at Queensland Uni. He has received five Walkley awards for journalism and was journalist of the year in 1983 for his coverage of the Street Royal Commission into judicial corruption. He has spent a lifetime hanging around courts and commissions of inquiry. He continues to analyse and compare the adversarial and inquisitorial systems of justice. Our Corrupt Legal System is the latest of his eight non-fiction books.