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Geoffrey Tattersall, QC, is the Judge of Appeal in the Isle of Man. He is also a member of the Byrom Street Chambers, Manchester and 22 Old Buildings, London. He was educated at Manchester Grammar School (1958 – 66) and Christ Church Oxford and called to Lincoln's Inn in 1970. He was appointed a Queen's Counsel in 1992 and a Deputy High Court Judge in England in 2003. He is also the Vicar General of the Diocese of Sodor and Man.
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