Madeleine Smith, by Donald FindlayFood and drink
20 April 19:00 - 22:00
She is one of the most notorious figures from Scotland’s criminal past, and he is one of the country’s most renowned lawyers of modern times.
A look into the 1857 trial of Smith for the murder, by arsenic poisoning, of her lover, Pierre Emile L’Angelier. Controversy still rages over the jury’s not proven verdict which allowed Smith to walk free.
Explore this criminal mystery with Donald Findlay QC at The Merchants House Glasgow.
With thanks to The Faculty of Advocates and The Scottish Criminal Bar Association for sponsoring this event.