Retired Supreme Court Judge The Rt Hon Lord Clarke Joins Arbitrators at 10 Fleet Street

Tue, 07 November, 2017

Arbitrators at 10 Fleet Street is honoured to welcome The Rt Hon Lord Clarke as an Arbitrator. Lord Clarke, who was one of the first Supreme Court Justices, retired from the Supreme Court in September this year and is now accepting appointments as arbitrator in commercial disputes. 

Lord Clarke has had an illustrious career, first at the commercial bar, before being appointed a High Court Judge in 1993, sitting in the Admiralty, Commercial and Crown Court. He was appointed to the Court of Appeal and Privy Council in 1998 and was Master of the Rolls from 2005 to 2009. He was the first High Court judge to be appointed directly to the Supreme Court. He was appointed to the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong in 2011 as a non-permanent judge.

We are delighted that The Rt Hon Lord Clarke has chosen to join Arbitrators at 10 Fleet Street. His outstanding experience, legal ability and unfailing charm will no doubt make him a much sought after arbitrator for international commercial disputes”. Luke Parsons QC, Head of Quadrant Chambers

To appoint Lord Clarke, please contact John Walker or Megan Parker on 0845 262 0310.

"Arbitrators at 10 Fleet Street" is a separate arbitrator wing set up by Quadrant Chambers. Full-time arbitrators include Sir David Steel, David Steward, Richard Lionberger and His Honour Harvey Crush. Additionally, a number of members of Quadrant Chambers regularly accept appointments as international commercial arbitrators.