ZELLICK, GRAHAM (1948– ), British academic and university head. Educated at Cambridge and Stanford Universities, Zellick became a barrister and then a professor of law at London University (1982–98). From 1997 to 2003 he was vice chancellor (president) of the University of London. From 2003 he was chairman of the Criminal Cases Review Commission, which investigates alleged miscarriages of justice. For many years he was editor of Public Law. Zellick has been associated with a variety of Jewish and pro-Israel organizations.
[William D. Rubinstein 2nd ed.]