Sir Creswell Creswell ( 1794 — 1863) was a judge, born in Newcastle who represented Liverpool in Parliament; was raised to the bench by Peel, and, on the establishment of the Divorce Court, was in 1858 named first judge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Creswell Creswell"
Hazel Josephine Cosgrove, née Aronson (born 12 January 1946, Glasgow) has served as sheriff of Glasgow & Strathkelvin ( 1979- 83) and of Lothian & The Borders (1983-96). ...more on Wikipedia about "Hazel Cosgrove, Lady Cosgrove"
Henry Hawkins, Baron Brampton (1817-1907), English judge, was born at Hitchin, on the 14th of September 1817. He received his education at Bedford school. ...more on Wikipedia about "Henry Hawkins, Baron Brampton"
Sir Henry Marten (c. 1562- 1641), father of Henry Marten, was born in London. ...more on Wikipedia about "Henry Marten (politician)"
James Richard Atkin, Baron Atkin ( November 28, 1867 - June 25, 1944) was an English jurist. ...more on Wikipedia about "James Richard Atkin"
Sir John Woodroffe (1865–1936), also known by his pseudonym Arthur Avalon, received his B.C.L. (Bachelor of Civil Law) from University College, Oxford. He moved to India, where he practised law. He became Advocate-General of Bengal and in 1915 Chief Justice at the Calcutta High Court. He also was appointed Standing Counsel to the Government of India. He was appointed Tagore Law Professor at the Calcutta University. After retiring to England he became Reader in Indian Law at the University of Oxford. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Woodroffe"
His Honour Michael Argyle QC MC ( 31 August 1915 - 4 January 1999) was a judge at the Central Criminal Court of the United Kingdom from 1970 to 1988. Educated in law at Trinity College, Cambridge, he was an active member of the Conservative Party in his younger life and fought Belper in the 1950 general election. ...more on Wikipedia about "Michael Argyle (lawyer)"
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