The States of Jersey has announced Robert MacRae QC as the island's newly appointed Deputy Bailiff.
Mr Macrae was educated in Jersey at La Moye School, Victoria College prep and Victoria College, before attending the University of Exeter.
He returned to the Island in 2001 and passed the Jersey Bar exams the following year before becoming a partner at Carey Olsen law firm, specialising in trust litigation.
Mr MacRae was appointed a Crown Advocate in 2008 and Attorney General in May 2015.
Mr MacRae was appointed by a selection panel comprising of Mr Le Cocq, Mr James McNeill QC senior judge of the Court of Appeal, the then Lieutenant Bailiff Jurat Paul Nicolle, former Chief Minister Mr Terry Le Sueur OBE and Dame Janet Paraskeva of the Jersey Appointments Commission.