Rabinder Singh(1964-), Deputy High Court Judge
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Delhi-born, Singh grew up in a working-class part of Bristol. At Trinity College, Cambridge, he earned a double first in law (1985), becoming interested in constitutional law whilst studying for his LL.M at the University of California, Berkeley (1985-6). In 1988 he undertook final examinations at the Inns of Court School of Law and was called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn in July 1989. Singh and 6 other tenants (including Cherie Booth) from 4-5 Gray's Inn Square set up Matrix Chambers in 2000. He was appointed Queen's Counsel in 2002 earning him the professional title of 'Silk'. He was the youngest judge (aged 39) to sit in the High Court and the first Sikh to be made a High Court judge. When presiding he wears a turban rather than a wig.
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