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Jolyon Maugham (Jolyon Toby Dennis Maugham) grew up on 1 July, 1971 in Saint Pancras, London, United Kingdom, is a Barrister. Find Jolyon Maugham’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 49 years of age.

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How old? 50 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 1 July 1971
Born day 1 July
Birthplace Saint Pancras, London, United Kingdom

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In late 2019 Maugham accused the talkRADIO presenter Julia Hartley-Brewer of revealing his home address at a time when he was receiving death threats. He also criticised the television programme Question Time for allowing Hartley-Brewer to appear as a panellist. Hartley-Brewer defended herself by saying Maugham’s address was already easily available online and that he had previously revealed it himself in published interviews.

On the morning of 26 December 2019, Maugham stated in a Twitter Account name post that he had killed a fox by means of a baseball bat. Maugham claimed that the fox was entrapped by the netting surrounding a hen house in his garden. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals investigated the matter, but decided not to prosecute because a post-mortem showed the fox had been killed swiftly, meaning that “the evidential threshold needed to take a prosecution under the CPS code was not met”.


In April 2017, Maugham reportedly contemplated forming a new centrist political party, “Spring”, and standing for election against Prime Minister Theresa May in her constituency of Maidenhead, but decided against it.


Maugham completed his pupillage in the chambers of Lord Irvine. He became a QC in 2015.


He went to Wellington High School, New Zealand. He graduated with a first-class LLB in European Legal Studies from Durham University (Hatfield College) in 1995. He also spent some time studying in Belgium at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, and later completed an MA at Birkbeck, University of London. As a student he was sent by a temping agency to carry out secretarial work at a law firm, but was sent back for being a man. Maugham sued, claiming to be a victim of sexism, and was awarded damages.


Jolyon Toby Dennis Maugham QC (/m ɔː m / ; born 1 July 1971) is a British barrister, as of 2019 practising in tax law at Devereux Chambers. He is the founder and director of the Good Law Project, through which he has played a key role in bringing to court a number of legal challenges to the Brexit process, which he opposes. He has written extensively on Brexit and legal issues for publications such as The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian and the New Statesman.