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GARNETT, (James Clerk) Maxwell (1880 - 1958), Barrister-at-law

MEECH, Thomas Cox (died 1940), Barrister-at-Law (Middle Temple); Clerk of Indictments Western Circuit

LARCOM, Arthur (1847 - 1924), Senior Clerk in HM Foreign Office; barrister-at-law

To the Secretary of the United Law Clerks Society, 19 June 1849

WAKEFORD, (Geoffrey) Michael (Montgomery) (born 1937), Clerk to the Worshipful Company of Mercers, 1974–98; Barrister-at-Law

PEAKE, Arthur Copson (1854 - 1934), JP Herts; President Law Society, 1922–23; Clerk of the Peace, Leeds

LEDLIE, James Crawford (1860 - 1928), barrister-at-law; Deputy-Clerk of the Privy Council, 1909–21

CREIGHTON, James George Aylwin (1850 - 1930), KC; Law Clerk and Master in Chancery, 1882; and Parliamentary Counsel, Senate of Canada, 1909

RATCLIFFE-ELLIS, Thomas Ratcliffe (1842 - 1925), Law Clerk and Secretary to the Lancashire and Cheshire Coal Association since 1892

SHARPE, Reginald Robinson (1848 - 1925), Records Clerk to the Corporation of the City of London, 1876–1914; Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple

204 By the King. A Proclamation for prevention of abuses of Informers, Clerkes, and others in their prosecutions upon the Lawes, and Statutes of this Realm. [Windsor Castle 6 September 1635]

Bradly W. Reed. Talons and Teeth: County Clerks and Runners in the Qing Dynasty. (Law, Society, and Culture in China.) Stanford: Stanford University Press. 2000. Pp. xxiii, 318. $55.00

MACNEILL, John Gordon Swift (1849 - 1926), KC; MP (N) S Donegal, 1887–1918; Professor of Constitutional Law and of the Law of Public and Private Wrongs since 1909, Clerk of Convocation since 1910, and Dean of Faculty of Law, National University of Ireland, since 1912

OULTON, (Antony) Derek (Maxwell) (born 1927), Permanent Secretary, Lord Chancellor’s Office, and Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, 1982–89; barrister-at-law; Life Fellow, Magdalene College, Cambridge, since 1995 (Fellow, 1990–95)

Mackay, James Peter Hymers (born 1927), Editor-in-Chief, Halsbury’s Laws of England, 1998–2015; Lord High Commissioner, General Assembly, Church of Scotland, 2005–06 and 2006–07; Lord Clerk Register of Scotland and Keeper of the Signet, since 2007

GRANT, Charles Graham (died 1935), Barrister-at-law (Gray’s Inn); late Clerk of Arraigns, Central Criminal Court; late Police Surgeon H Division; late Medical Officer, Rotherhithe Tunnel Works (under London County Council); Lieut-Colonel RAMC (T) (retired); Surgeon, late Poplar Hospital; Medical Officer, Eastern District Post Office

BLACKHAM, Robert James (died 1951), Barrister-at-law; Clerk and Hon. Assistant of Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Glass Painters; a Governor of St Bartholomew’s Hospital and of Saint Bride’s Foundation, Fleet Street; late Under Sheriff, City of London; Member of the Court of Common Council, Corporation of London; Trustee CIV Fund; late Deputy Governor the Honourable the Irish Society

 

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The term “law clerk” once referred to a law student or recent graduate who spent time prior to his or her admission to the bar working in the office of ...

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