Hodge Malek QC
Hodge Malek was called to the Bar in 1983 and appointed Queen's Counsel in 1999. He is a member of Thirty Nine Essex Street Chambers and his practice has covered many areas of commercial law and dispute resolution including banking and financial services, fraud, professional disciplinary cases, energy, insurance and reinsurance and procurement. He is the general editor of the leading book on the law of evidence, Phipson on Evidence (18th edition, 2013), and the joint author of Disclosure (4th edition, 2012). He is also a contributor to Mithani, Directors Disqualification (Human Rights chapters) and various volumes of Atkins Court Forms (Financial Services, Human Rights, Disclosure and Information Requests, and Administrative Court). He was a member of the Commercial Court working party chaired by Lord Justice Cresswell on Electronic Disclosure. He is a Bencher of Gray's Inn. He was a member of the Inns of Court Conduct Committee and acted as a Chairman of the Bar Disciplinary Tribunal. He is an acting Deemster of the High Court in the Isle of Man. He sits as a Recorder in both civil and criminal cases.