Edwin Jowitt

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Sir Edwin Frank Jowitt, (born 1 October 1929), is a British former High Court judge.[1] Notable cases overseen by Jowitt include the trial of the murderers of Ross Parker.[2]

Jowitt was educated at Swanwick Hall school. He attended the London School of Economics and later the University of London.[3][4]

Jowitt has served on public inquires such the Cory Collusion Inquiry and the Robert Hamill Inquiry. He married in 1959 and has 5 children. Jowitt describes his interests as reading, listening to music, cycling and fell walking.[1]