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Clerks of the Justices

JONES, Charles Alfred (1848 - 1934), Solicitor; Clerk to the Justices for the Borough of Caernarvon

SALMON, Eric Cecil Heygate (1896 - 1946), DL; JP; Clerk of London County Council since 1939; Clerk to the Lieutenancy and Hon. Clerk of the Advisory Committee on the Selection of Justices of the Peace for the County of London

Wheatley, John (1908 - 1988), PC 1947; one of the Senators of the College of Justice in Scotland, 1954–85; Lord Justice-Clerk, 1972–85

DILLON, Conrad Adderly (1845 - 1901), Principal Clerk in the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice

LAMBERT, Ernest (1874 - 1951), Clerk to the Justices acting for the Division of Dickering. East Yorks etc

BRENNAN, Ursula (Mary) (born 1952), Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Justice, 2012–15; Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, 2012–15

HEATON, Richard Nicholas (born 1965), Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Justice, since 2015; Clerk of the Crown in Chancery, since 2015

McNEILL, Robert Norman (died 1956), an Assistant-Chief Clerk in the Supreme Court of Justice, Northern Ireland, since 1935

BRADBURN, John (1915 - 2005), Chief Registrar of the High Court of Justice in Bankruptcy, 1984–88; Registrar of the Companies Court and Clerk of the Restrictive Practices Court, 1980–88

GILL, Robert Harwar (1877 - 1938), Solicitor; Clerk to the West Riding Justices; Steward of the Manor of Arkendale; Chairman Yorkshire Group of South African War Veterans Association

Sutherland, Colin John MacLean (born 1954), PC 2008; a Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland, since 2000; Lord Justice Clerk and President, Second Division, Court of Session, since 2012

Ross, Donald MacArthur (born 1927), PC 1985; a Senator of the College of Justice, Scotland, and Lord of Session, 1977–97; Lord Justice-Clerk and President of the Second Division of the Court of Session, 1985–97; Lord High Commissioner, General Assembly, Church of Scotland, 1990 and 1991

McLEAN, John Alexander Lowry (1921 - 1997), QC 1974; Principal Secretary to Lord Chief Justice (formerly Permanent Secretary, Supreme Court of Northern Ireland) and Clerk of the Crown for Northern Ireland, 1966–93

GELL, James (1823 - 1905), JP; Clerk of the Rolls, Isle of Man, from 1900, and Acting Governor, July–Oct. 1902; ex-officio Member of the Legislative and Executive Councils, and a Trustee of King William’s College; Chairman of the Insular Justices from 1879; a Church Commissioner, 1895

Macdonald, John Hay Athole (1836 - 1919), Lord Justice-Clerk of Scotland, Lord President Second Division Court of Session, 1888–1915; a Brigadier-General, 1891, Adjutant-General, 1896–1902, Ensign-General, 1904, of the Royal Company of Archers, King’s Body Guard for Scotland


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Each Supreme Court justice may have a staff of four law clerks. Chief Justice William Rehnquist and Justice John Paul Stevens, however, chose to employ only three each. The justices ...

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