David Casement QC is appointed deputy High Court judge of the chancery division
Kings Chambers has announced that David Casement QC has been appointed as a deputy High Court judge of the chancery division.
The results of the recent competition were announced by the chancellor of the High Court.
The announcement follows Casement’s appointment as a deputy High Court judge of the Queen’s Bench division in March 2013.
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