THE lawyer from hit Netflix show Making a Murderer is set to appear at a university.

Fan favourite Jerome Buting will be talking to people in a live Q and A at Jubilee Lecture Theatre, University of Sussex, tomorrow.

He is touring the country discussing problems within the legal system.

Mr Buting represented Steven Avery in the true crime show which saw the Manitowoc County man wrongly convicted of attempted murder.

He was then released after 18 years after being exonerated by DNA testing.

After filing a $36 million lawsuit against the local police department, Avery was arrested for the murder of Teresa Halbach.

Avery, along with his nephew Brendan Dassey, were found guilty of her murder.

The documentary followed the pre-trial and trail of the men.

His lawyers Mr Buting and Dean Strang uncovered evidence which, they claimed, pointed to Mr Avery’s innocence.

They also argued the Mr Dassey had coerced into a confession by law enforcement.

Students can by tickets for £8, non-students can buy tickets for £15.