Albert Venn Dicey ( February 4, 1835 – April 7 1922) was a British jurist and constitutional theorist who wrote An Introduction to the Study of the Law of the Constitution ( 1885). The principles it expounds are considered part of the uncodified British constitution. He had been a graduate of Balliol College, Oxford and became professor of Law at Oxford and a leading constitutional scholar of his day. ...more on Wikipedia about "A. V. Dicey"
Arthur Lehman Goodhart KBE, KC ( 1891– 1978) was an academic lawyer and the first American to be the Master of an Oxford College. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arthur Lehman Goodhart"
Deryck Beyleveld is founding Director of the Sheffield Institute for Biotechnological Law and Ethics (SIBLE) and also holds a Chair in the Department of Law at the University of Sheffield, which he gained in 1995. ...more on Wikipedia about "Deryck Beyleveld"
John Gardner, (born 1965) is Professor of Jurisprudence, University of Oxford and Fellow of University College, Oxford, and Visiting Professor, Yale Law School, Yale University. ...more on Wikipedia about "John Gardner (law)"
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"
Sir Travers Twiss QC (born March 19, 1809 in London; died January 14, 1897 in London) was an English jurist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Travers Twiss"
Sir William Blackstone, ( July 10, 1723 – February 14, 1780) was an English jurist and professor who produced the historical treatise on the common law called Commentaries on the Laws of England, first published in four volumes over 1765– 1769. It had an extraordinary success, said to have brought the author £14,000, and still remains the best general history of the subject. ...more on Wikipedia about "William Blackstone"
Sir William Reynell Anson, Baronet ( November 14, 1843 - 1914), English jurist, was born at Walberton, Sussex, son of the second baronet. ...more on Wikipedia about "William Reynell Anson"
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