Dexter Dias QC is a human rights lawyer and researcher at Cambridge and recently  Harvard. Over the last 20 years he has been involved in several watershed death in custody inquests and public inquiries including the Alton Manning, Gareth Myatt, Jake Hardy and Cherry Groce inquests, and the Zahid Mubarek Inquiry. He is the author of The Ten Types of Human (Penguin 2017) and practices from Garden Court Chambers. He sits as a part-time judge and is authorised to try cases of Serious Sexual Offending.