Caspar Glyn QC appointed Deputy High Court Judge by Lord Chief Justice

Caspar Glyn QC has been appointed as a Deputy High Court Judge with effect from Monday 11th November 2019.

The Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, the Right Honourable The Lord Burnett of Maldon has appointed 24 Deputy High Court Judges, under section 9(4) of the Senior Courts Act 1981, for a single fixed four-year term.

Caspar is recognised as one of the “foremost employment silks at the Bar.” Chambers and Partners 2020 says that he is a “well established silk…who is a highly capable barrister with exceptional court presences. He commands tribunals and courtrooms, is a highly effective cross-examiner, and fills his clients with confidence.” He advises on contentious disputes and is a trial lawyer with a national reputation. He is ranked by all 3 of the leading Directories as a Leading Silk in both of his primary fields of Employment and Sports’ law. Caspar is an Executive Member of the Employment Law Association, and a regular author and lecturer on employment law. He was appointed a Recorder in 2018.

See the official announcement here.