Moving on up - the realities of the journey from Bar to bench
As the only High Court appointee from a five-strong round this year to already carry a judicial title, Judge Henry Globe QC marks the exception rather than the rule. Called to the Bar at Middle Temple in 1972, Globe started out like most, working with his set, Exchange Chambers, and practising as a junior counsel on the local circuit. Now, having been a circuit judge for the past eight years, Globe is joining the select few who make it as far as the High Court.
With five new judges joining the High Court this September, Suzanna Ring looks at what the move from Bar to bench means for one recruit
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