We are delighted to announce that Nicholas Caddick QC has been appointed Deputy High Court Judge.
Nicholas was brought up in south London and Hampshire, where he attended state comprehensive schools. He went to Oxford University and studied history before changing to law.
Called to the Bar in 1986, he was on the Attorney General’s A panel of junior counsel for 11 years and was appointed as Queen’s Counsel in 2011.
Nicholas’ practice was initially general chancery, especially insolvency and property, but his specialism now is primarily intellectual property and contractual law. He has edited a number of textbooks on the law of copyright, trade mark and probate.