HM Comptroller & HM Deputy Receiver General
Robert Titterington, QC. Educated at Manchester Grammar School, University of Leeds, College of Law, Chester and Université de Caen, France. Admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales in 1983. Called to the Guernsey Bar, 2004. Appointed as a Deputy Judge of Guernsey's Magistrates' Court (2012 to 2016). Appointed Notary Public for the Bailiwick, 2015. Appointed Queen's Counsel, 2016.
Following admission practised in England in private practice and industry. In 1988 appointed as Crown Counsel in the Chambers of the Falkland Islands Attorney General from where he practised law and provided legal advice to the governments of the Falkland Islands and South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. In 2000 moved to Guernsey to take up appointment as a Legislative Draftsman in the Law Officers Chambers. Appointed as a Crown Advocate and Director of Legislative Drafting in 2005 and as H.M. Comptroller (Solicitor General) and H.M. Deputy Receiver General for Guernsey in 2016.