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Council of the Inns of Court

Council of the Inns of Court

GREAVES-LORD, Walter (1878 - 1942), KC 1919; Member of Gray’s Inn and Middle Temple; Bencher of Gray’s Inn, 1920; Treasurer, 1933; Vice-Treasurer, 1934; Member Council of Legal Education, 1924; Chancellor of the Primrose League, 1926–27; a Freeman of the City of London; Member of the Court of the Feltmakers Company; Master, 1933–34

HATTON, John Leigh Smeathman (1865 - 1933), Principal, East London College (University of London), since 1896; Deputy Vice-Chancellor of University of London, 1930–31; an ex officio member of Senate; Member of the Court of the University; Chairman of the Collegiate Council; Dean of the Faculty of Science (University of London), 1922–26; Member of the Essex Education Committee; Member of the West Ham Education Committee till 1927; Barrister-at-law of Lincoln’s Inn

MORGAN, John Hartman (1876 - 1955), Barrister-at-law; DL, JP Wilts; British Member of the Académie Diplomatique Internationale; Legal Editor of the Encyclopaedia Britannica; Emeritus Professor of Constitutional Law in the University of London; Reader in Constitutional Law to the Inns of Court, 1926–36. Counsel: to the India Defence League, 1933–34, and Indian Chamber of Princes, 1934–37; for W. Australia at hearing before Parliament of Secession Petition, 1935; to State of Gwalior and Central India States, 1939–45; to Parliamentary Post-War Policy Group, 1942–45. Tagore Professor, Univ. of Calcutta, 1939; Member of Executive Council of International Law Association; Adviser to American War Crimes Commission at Nuremberg, 1947–49

 

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A body, comprising representatives of the four Inns of Court, the Bar Council, and the Inns of Court and Bar Educational Trust (see Council of Legal Education), that coordinates the work of the three organizations represented. When the Council of the Inns of Court and Bar Council disagree, the latter's policy is implemented if it has the support of two-thirds of the profession.

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