Frank Slevin served as the founding Coordinator of Justice International . Slevin was a practicing Barrister and a lecturer in law in England.
Slevin conducted a number of cases whilst a practicing Barrister at No. 9 Kings Bench walk, Temple, London. He also worked for the Crown Prosecution Service and held a wealth of experience in criminal law. His passion for Law also led him to work as a law lecturer in London and become a founding member of Justice International. As a member of Justice International Slevin extensively travelled around the world investigating on a wide range of human rights abuses, devoting special attention to issues of observing fair trial and due process, such as the case of the former Deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim.
The organisation is sorry to say that our founding law officer, Frank Slevin has passed away.