News Oscar Beuselinck: Media star's final act By The Lawyer 8 December 1997 00:00 13 December 2015 22:09 Sign in or register to continue reading. It's FREE Sign in Email Password Keep me logged in Forgot your password? Not registered? It's FREE! Register now Register with The Lawyer Helen Priest 14 September 2010 at 06:50 I had the privilege of working at Wright and Webb in Bloomsbury Square when I was in London in 1963-1966. Oscar Beuselinck was the great media lawyer at this time (nobody has ever replaced him as such) and there was never a dull moment in this company. I enjoyed working there so much. My daughter was in London just before I returned in 1994 and and she also had the privilege of getting to know him too. Unfortunately, due to his busy schedule, I never met up with him again and only spoke to him on the phone. I also have been very lucky to meet up with one of his co-workers in the USA after a period of 45 years. I was so saddened to hear of his passing. Reply Link JOSEPHINE MCLOUGHLIN 2 October 2010 at 20:26 I worked at Wright and Webb firstly as an outdoor clerk. Mr Beuselinck terrified me [and others] when he lost his temper but was a very fair man and I liked him as a boss. I had to leave due to ill health but have never forgotten him and never will. OAB was one of a kind. Reply Link Yasar Nurettin 19 April 2012 at 12:58 I had the privilage of working for Wright & Webb Syrett & Sons in Soho Square back in 1978 where I was a Managing Clerk. Oscar was one of a man. I enjoyed working with him and learnt a lot. I left in 1980 & his last words to me was you can come back whenever you want to work with me!! I also was involved in the group Queen’s Libel actions, Roger Moore’s divorce and many more. I wish I could be back there to work with this wonderful firm!!!! I miss the good days. Every Friday afternoon we had meetings with Oscar and the other Solicitors where we discussed our cases and shared our views (whilst drinking whisky)!!!!! Reply Link Sally Simpson 6 December 2012 at 13:21 I worked at Wright Webb Syrett in the early 1980s and loved it. Mr. Beuselink was a lovely gentleman and I remember when the storms hit London not many people made it into work but those that did he took out for a meal at lunchtime. He and Mr. Peter Ash (think that was the other senior partner) were very well respected solicitors. Reply Link Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.