Robert Jervis Kay QC has been a stalwart member of the OW lodge since joining in 1987 as part of the influx of OWs who helped the Lodge survive its nadir brought in by his father Pip.
In the Talbot at Wellington, the 2nd XV hooker and part of the Talbot’s Cock Match winning XV, he went to Nottingham before specialising in Maritime Law.
A member of Lincoln’s Inn, he was called to the Bar in 1972 and made a bencher in 2005. He took Silk in 1996, and was made the Maritime Recorder in 2009.
Jervis was initiated into the Prince of Wales’s Lodge No 259 in 1974, a Lewis, and has gone on to be a DepGDC and Past Grand Sword Bearer. He holds high rank in a number of side orders, notably Rose Croix. He was Worshipful Master of the OW Lodge in 1990
Jervis is a member of the Turf, a Skinner, and a very keen sailor.