Kings Chambers QCs appointed as deputy High Court judges of the Mercantile Court
Kings Chambers has announced that Paul Chaisty QC and David Casement QC have been appointed as deputy High Court judges of the Mercantile Court.
The appointments were recently announced by the president of the Queen’s Bench Division, Sir Brian Leveson.
The news follows Chaisty QC’s appointment as a deputy High Court judge of the Chancery and Queen’s Bench Division in 2006 and Casement QC’s appointment as a deputy High Court judge of the Chancery and Queen’s Bench Division earlier this year.
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