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High Court Appointments: Nigel Poole appointed to High Court, Family Division

Date:30 SEP 2020
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The Queen is pleased to approve the appointment of six Justices of the High Court. These appointments will take effect from 1 October 2020.  It is anticipated that a further ten appointments will be announced in the coming months.

The candidates approved as High Court Judge judges are His Honour Judge Mark Wall, Her Honour Judge Mary Stacey, Nigel Poole QC, Charles Bourne QC, Rowena Collins Rice and Kelyn Bacon QC.

These appointments will fill vacancies in the High Court following elevations to the Court of Appeal and confirmed retirements. For further information regarding the number of applicants and number of recommended candidates, please see the Judicial Appointments Commission website.

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Nigel Poole QC, aged 54 will be known as The Honourable Mr Justice Poole. He was Called to the Bar in 1989 and took Silk in 2012. He was appointed as a Recorder in 2009 and as a Deputy High Court Judge in 2017.

He will take up appointment on 1 October 2020 consequential to the elevation of Lord Justice Baker.

The Lord Chief Justice will assign Nigel Poole to the Family Division.

You can read the full press release here.

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