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His Honour Humphrey Lloyd QC awarded an honorary doctorate

15th Jul 2009

Atkin Chambers’ door tenant, arbitrator and former judge, His Honour Humphrey Lloyd QC, has been awarded an honorary doctorate by Leeds Metropolitan as part of the Summer Graduation celebrations. He received his honorary doctorate in Law at the University’s Faculty of Arts & Society degree ceremony.

His Honour Humphrey Lloyd QC began his career as a barrister in 1963, specialising in construction and related law. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1979 and then, in 1993, became a judge of the Technology and Construction Court until 2005. He now works as an arbitrator and a Visiting Professor in Construction Law and Arbitration at Leeds Met.

He has edited The International Construction Law Review since 1984 and was a founding member of the UK Society of Construction Law.





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