Justin Wigoder


Chambers wishes Justin the very happiest of retirements as he winds down his practice.

Having been called in 1977 and joining chambers in the 1990's (and subsequently appointed a Recorder (Civil, Family & Crime) Justin has been an integral member of these chambers for almost the whole of his career at the bar.

Many members of chambers both past and present are indebted to the time and energy he gave to chambers as well as his love of cricket!

We are very sorry to see him retire, he will be a great loss to chambers. We wish him, along with his family, a very happy retirement.

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