The Glover family has, for three generations now, been associated with the law in Mauritius. Harold Glover, the grandfather of Gavin Glover, was a Judge of the Supreme Court before being Electoral Commissioner for two decades, his son Sir Victor Glover was also appointed a Judge and became Chief Justice in 1976. Gavin Glover was a sole practitioner from 1985 until 2007 when two of his former pupils joined him. Soon after the Chambers at Chancery House became too small for the growing practice. The migration to River Court in 2009 was natural. In June 2010 Gavin Glover took silk. Since then the Chambers has grown in size and now houses nine other barristers with various skills and expertise, all of them former pupils of the Head of Chambers.