Queen’s Bench Division


 

Queen’s Bench Division

 

Source: Civil Procedure Rules, Practice Directions.

The Queen’s Bench Division is one of the three divisions of the High Court together with the Chancery Division and Family Division. Sir Brian Leveson is President of the Queen’s Bench Division, and certain High Court Judges and Masters are assigned to it. Lord Justice Davis is the Vice-President of the Division, a High Court Judge is appointed as Judge in charge of the Jury List; another is appointed as Judge in charge of the Trial List.

Outside London, the work of the Queen’s Bench Division is administered in provincial offices known as District Registries. In London, the work is administered in the Central Office at the Royal Courts of Justice. Continue reading

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