Jeremy (John) Callow was a Zimbabwean lawyer to moved to the UK in 2005. He died there of the coronavirus on 8 April 2020.

Personal Details

17 November 1949 – born, Gwanda.
1973 - married Fiona. Three daughters, Ashleigh, Julia and Celeste.
2005 – moved to UK.
8 April 2020 – died, UK.

School / Education

1962 to 1967 – Prince Edward School

Service / Career

1971 - appointed clerk in the High Court.
1974 - public prosecutor in the Magistrates Courts.
1976 - appointed as a magistrate in Sinoia. (Chinoyi)
1978 - Promoted to senior magistrate, Marandellas. (Marondera)
1980 – left public service.
Associate - Stumbles & Rowe, later partner.
2005 - clerk in the Magistrates Court, Bournemouth, UK.
2007 - appointed as a fee-paid judge of the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, London, UK.

Events

1999 - represented three Americans charged with being spies. Announced to the press that his client had been tortured.
2000 – repreesnted many farmers during the Fast track Land Reform Programme, especially around Karoi. Received at least one death threat. [1]

  1. Obituary, Adrian de Bourbon, Facebook, Published: 22 April 2020, Retrieved: 23 April 2020