When referring to a judge in a case use the judge's surname followed by the abbreviation for their judicial office.
First names are not used unless there are two judges with the same surname, in which case both the first and surname of the most junior judge of the two is given.
Below are examples of judges' names used in the text and in footnotes.
Lord Woolf rejected this argument because ...
This is evident from the decision in Horncastle, in which Lord Phillips P said ...
Rimer and Pill LJJ were of the opinion that ...
As Tugendhat J pointed out in Ajinomoto Sweeteners
Crown River Cruises Ltd v Kimbolton Fireworks Ltd  2 Lloyd's Rep 533 (QB) 547 (Potter J)
Graham and Graham v ReChem International Ltd  Env LR 158 (QB) 162 (Forbes J)
Arscott v The Coal Authority  EWCA Civ 892,  Env LR 6  (Laws LJ)