Since ITV's Judge Rinder first aired, its eponymous star has become known for his flamboyant turn of phrase, biting quips and no-nonsense handling of small-claims quarrels involving everything from flea-ridden dogs to undesirable mobility scooters. But as a practising barrister Rob Rinder has been instructed on more serious fare: crime and fraud cases, murder, money laundering and even government corruption. So we decided to delve a little deeper, and ask Rinder about his career both before and after the bright lights of TV entertainment beckoned. Sometimes you feel like a Miss World contestant — it's exhausting! Pupillage itself is hardly an easy ride either.
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He is quoted in the Mail Online as saying:. We mocked up a criminal trial to show the American lawyers how we cross-examined in an English court and we wrote to the Lord Chancellor Lord Hailsham to ask if we could wear wigs and he said No! It denigrates the job. You should be above these things.
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Rinder was born into a Jewish family   in London on 31 May He later gave up acting because his peer and later close friend, Benedict Cumberbatch , "was so good". Rinder was called to the bar in after graduating from the University of Manchester , starting his pupillage at 2 Paper Buildings. He was involved in prosecutions following the murders of Leticia Shakespeare and Charlene Ellis in January , and the defence of British servicemen on charges of manslaughter after the deaths of detainees in Iraq.