Richard Arnold to be sworn in as Lord Justice of Appeal on Thursday

Lord Justice Arnold
A few months ago, The IPKat proudly reported that Katfriend Sir Richard Arnold had been elevated to the Court of Appeal of England and Wales, and that he would thus become Lord Justice Arnold.

This announcement was published on
The Queen has been pleased to approve the appointment of Mrs Justice Carr as a Lady Justice of Appeal and the following as Lord Justices of Appeal: Mr Justice Arnold, Mr Justice Dingemans, Mr Justice Phillips and Mr Justice Popplewell.
These appointments will fill forthcoming vacancies in the Court of Appeal arising from autumn 2019.
The IPKat has now learnt that Sir Richard will be sworn in as a Lord Justice of Appeal on Thursday, 17 October at 13:30 in Court 4 of the Royal Courts of Justice

It is a public event, and everyone is welcome to attend. So: go if you can!

The IPKat team, including Merpel, wishes to congratulate Sir Richard once again on this very well-deserved appointment and looks forward to commenting on his future judgments as Lord Justice of Appeal!
Richard Arnold to be sworn in as Lord Justice of Appeal on Thursday Richard Arnold to be sworn in as Lord Justice of Appeal on Thursday Reviewed by Eleonora Rosati on Monday, October 14, 2019 Rating: 5

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