Return of Lord Toulson as an Arbitrator

News & Judgments
5 September 2016

It is with the greatest of pleasure that Chambers announce that Lord Toulson is returning to Chambers to practise as an Arbitrator. Lord Toulson was called to the Bar in 1969 and joined Chambers in its then incarnation at 1 Crown Office Row and then at 2 Crown Office Row. He took silk in 1986 and was Head of Chambers between 1991 and 1993. He was appointed a puisne judge in the Queen’s Bench Division in 1996, sitting in the Commercial Court and acting as a Presiding Judge of the Western Circuit.  He was Chairman of the Law Commission between 2002 and 2006, and was appointed to the Court of Appeal in 2007 and to the Supreme Court in 2013.  He is also the co-author of Toulson & Phipps on Confidentiality.

Head of Chambers, Ben Hubble QC, said that: We are absolutely delighted to welcome back Lord Toulson as an arbitrator. I am sure that there will be many who will want to have one of the leading lawyers of the modern era available to assist them resolve their disputes.

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