Henry Warwick to be appointed Queen’s Counsel
Henderson Chambers is delighted to announce that Henry Warwick is to be appointed Queen’s Counsel in March 2020.
Henry acts in large scale group actions, most recently the Post Office Group Litigation, and specialises in commercial litigation, civil fraud, financial services, product liability and related areas of practice. He was called to the Bar in 2007, having first qualified as a Solicitor in 2000 and practised as a commercial litigator at Linklaters LLP. He worked as Legal Counsel at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague in 2006-07.
Henry is recommended by Chambers & Partners in the areas of commercial dispute resolution and consumer law, and by Legal 500 for commercial litigation, financial services regulation, banking and finance (including consumer credit), professional disciplinary and regulatory law.
Henry will formally take Silk when he makes his declaration before the Lord Chancellor at the official swearing in ceremony on Monday 16th March 2020 at Westminster Hall.
The members and staff of chambers warmly congratulate Henry on his Silk appointment.
Henry features alongside others in The Lawyer cover feature (March 2020) focusing on the new QCs of 2020, “New QCs at a time of change: the silks of 2020”