Archer of Sandwell, Lord
ARCHER OF SANDWELL, Lord
ARCHER OF SANDWELL, Lord. (Peter Kingsley Archer). British, b. 1926. Genres: Civil liberties/Human rights, Law, Politics/Government. Career: Labour M.P. (U.K.) for Warley West, 1974-92, and Member of Shadow Cabinet, 1981-87, (Member for Rowley Regis and Tipton, 1966-74; Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Attorney General, 1967-70; Solicitor General, 1974-79). Chairman, Society of Labour Lawyers, and British Section of Amnesty International, 1971-74; Chairman, Council on Tribunals, 1992-98; Chairman, Enemy Property Compensation Panel, 1998-. Publications: The Queen's Courts, 1956; (ed.) Social Welfare and the Citizen, 1957; Communism and the Law, 1963; (co-author) Freedom at Stake, 1966; Human Rights, 1969; (co-author) Purpose in Socialism, 1973; The Role of the Law Officers, 1978; (co-ed.) More Law Reform Now, 1984. Address: House of Lords, London SW1A 0PW, England.