Andrew Henshaw QC has been appointed as a Justice of the High Court, with effect from 2 December 2019. The appointment was made by The Queen on the recommendation of the Lord Chancellor. The Lord Chief Justice will assign him to the Queen’s Bench Division.
Andrew was admitted as a solicitor in 1986, was called to the Bar in 2000 and took silk in 2013. He was appointed as a Deputy High Court Judge sitting in the High Court Queens Bench Division in 2017. He will cease to practise with effect from 1 October.
In addition, Simon Salzedo QC has been appointed as a Deputy High Court Judge with effect from 11 November, following a competition run by the Judicial Appointments Commission.