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Satvinder JussSatvinder Juss was called to the Bar in 1989 by Gray’s Inn and was elected a Master of the Bench in 2021.

Satvinder has a broad public law and commercial litigation practice, with an emphasis on covering a wide range of contractual, property and human rights related disputes He sits as a judge in the Upper Tribunal and also teaches as a Professor of Law at King’s College London.






“I started life from a Secondary Modern School (not even a comprehensive) and took subjects like Metalwork, Woodwork, and Technical Drawing – with no languages offered – and now here I am! The journey has been long, with a PhD from Cambridge University along the way, and a Professorship at Kings College London, while still practising at the Bar. I may have fallen subject to the imposter syndrome from time to time, but anyone from any background can make it at the Bar with some resilience and hard work.”


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    Satvinder Juss has extensive public law experience and has appeared in the High Court, Court of Appeal, UK Supreme Court, and Privy Council.

    He has also acted in complex multi-jurisdiction commercial litigation and has rights of audience as a Barrister at the AIFC Court & International Arbitration Centre. He is an Accredited Civil & Commercial Mediator.

    He has been a Panel ‘A’ Advocate for the Welsh Government and Equality & Human Rights Commission and recently become a member of the ADGM Arbitration Centre Panel of Arbitrators in Abu Dhabi.

    Satvinder is also a Professor of Law at Kings College London, teaching English Administrative Law and Human Rights Law.

    He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Fellow of the International Academy of Freedom of Religion & Belief (Washington DC), Board Member of ‘Encounter’ and a Member of the Society of Legal Scholars.

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