Christopher P. Price

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The late Christopher P. Price, M.A.[a 1] (Oxon), a native of Wales, was a British solicitor who wrote several pieces in opposition to non-therapeutic child circumcision.

Christopher Price read law at Oxford University, qualified as a solicitor in 1971 and has practiced mainly in government service, with a particular interest in international law and human rights.

Price's brief (1996) to the Law Commission for England and Wales is credited with preventing the Commission from declaring the non-therapeutic circumcision of children to be lawful in the United Kingdom.

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  1. REFweb Master of Arts, Wikipedia. Retrieved 14 June 2021.