Bonnie W. David began serving as a master in Chancery on Tuesday, rounding out what’s now the largest Chancery bench in Delaware history.

With David, formerly counsel for Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom’s Wilmington office, onboard, all 10 positions on the Court of Chancery are now filled. With the addition of Loren Mitchell, previously a deputy attorney general for the Delaware Department of Justice, as a third master in Chancery in December, the court now has more judicial officers than ever before in an effort to accommodate growing caseloads.