|The Honorable Mrs Justice Swift
|Born||Caroline Jane Swift
30 May 1955
|Alma mater||Durham University|
Swift was educated at St Aidan's College, Durham University (England) where she was the President of the Durham Union Society. She was called to the Bar, Inner Temple in 1977. The following year she began practising on the Northern Circuit, later becoming Assistant Recorder from 1992 until 1995, and QC in 1993. She became a Recorder in 1995, a Bencher in 1997.
On 4 November 2005, Swift was created a DBE upon her appointment as a Justice of the High Court (Queen's Bench Division). Her husband, Sir Peter Openshaw, is also a High Court Judge, and was sworn in on the same day.
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