Benet Hytner

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Benet Hytner QC is a former Judge of Appeal of the Isle of Man. He was the Head of the Byrom Street Chambers in Manchester and 42 Bedford Row in London. He practises principally in General Common Law.

He was called to the Bar in 1952 by Middle Temple and became a Queen's Counsel in 1970. He was a Crown Court Recorder 1971-1996, Deputy High Court Judge 1974 - 1997, Judge of Appeal of the Isle of Man 1980 – 1997 and elected Leader of the Northern Circuit 1980 – 1984. He has also served both on Bar Council and Senate of Inns of Court and Bar.

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Hytner's spouse is Joyce Hytner OBE. Their children are Nicholas Hytner, Director of the National Theatre in London 2003-2015, Jenny Hytner-Marriott, Director of The Paw Seasons, Richard Hytner, worldwide deputy chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi and James Hytner.

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