Recorder of Lincoln

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The office of the Recorder of Lincoln is occupied by His Honour Judge John Pini, QC.[1] Judge Pini was installed as honorary recorder on 1 December 2015.[2] He is a circuit judge having been appointed as an Assistant Recorder and as a Recorder both in 2000.

The previous recorder was His Honour Judge Sean Morris He had held this position between 2010 and 2014. There have now been 21 recorders in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, the first incumbent being Lord Monson in 1768.