Elkan Rex Makin was born in 1925 and died on June 26, 2017.
He was usually known as Rex Makin.
He was a solicitor and philanthropist.
Makin practised in Liverpool, England, for over sixty years.
He was most noted for his involvement with the Beatles’ early career and subsequently high-profile cases such as the Hillsborough and Heysel Stadium disasters, the Walton sextuplets and the re-opening of the Cameo Murders case.
As a freeman of the City of Liverpool, Rex also supported the arts and held an honorary professorship at Liverpool John Moores University.
Makin also wrote a weekly column in the Liverpool Echo.
Rex Makin passed away at 91 years old.