Minister of State for Civil Justice (Lords Minister)

Lord Faulks QC


Lord Faulks was appointed Minister of State for Justice in December 2013. Lord Faulks is a Conservative member of the House of Lords.


He was educated at Wellington College and Jesus College, Oxford.


He became a Queen’s Counsel in 1996 and a Recorder in 2000. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He became a bencher in 2002. He was a Literary Agent, for Curtis Brown, from 1980–81. He was an Assistant Recorder, 1996–2000.

He was Chairman of the Professional Negligence Bar Association 2002–04 and Special Advisor to the Department for Constitutional Affairs on compensation culture, 2005–06. In 2010 he was created a life peer as Baron Faulks, of Donnington in the Royal County of Berkshire.

Personal life

He is married with 2 children.

Minister of State for Civil Justice (Lords Minister)

Responsibilities include:

  • Departmental business in the Lords
  • Lords lead for human rights
  • civil law
  • civil justice
  • claims management regulation
  • Crown Dependencies


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