John McKendrick QC appointed as Attorney General for Anguilla
After an open competition, John McKendrick QC will replace Rupert Jones as Attorney General for Anguilla.
The effective exercise of John’s mandate will start on 1 September this year and is expected to last for two years.
John is a highly experienced litigator and adviser with a diverse practice distinguished by his formidable advocacy, his pragmatic hands-on approach and his ability to build relationships with clients. He was appointed a part time judge at the age of 34 and took silk at 39. Being a versatile advocate with a diverse practice, he works in the UK, across Latin America and in the Caribbean.
John has recently visited Anguilla in order to meet his future colleagues and other stakeholders.
Barristers: John McKendrick QC