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Council of Legal Education

HARVATT, Thomas (1901 - 1984), Secretary and Deputy Director, Council of Legal Education, 1934–68

MacGEAGH, Henry Davies Foster (1883 - 1962), Chairman of Council of Legal Education, since 1953; Judge Advocate General (Army and RAF), 1934–54

Robertson, Edmund (1845 - 1911), DL; Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 1872; Reader on Law to the Council of Legal Education

AMBROSE, William (1832 - 1908), Member of Council of Legal Education from 1899; Master in Lunacy, from 1899

SUTTON, Ralph (1881 - 1960), QC 1935; Reader in Common Law to the Council of Legal Education; Wales and Chester Circuit

Macnaghten, Edward (1830 - 1913), Lord of Appeal-in-Ordinary from 1887; Chairman of Legal Council of Education from 1895; sometime Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge; Hon. Fellow, 1902

WHITTAKER, William Joseph (1868 - 1931), Assistant Reader in the Law of Real and Personal Property to the Council of Legal Education since 1904; formerly Professor of English Law, University College, London

MARTEN, Alfred George (1839 - 1906), JP; KC; Judge of County Courts (Circuit No 37), Berkshire, etc., from 1896; member of the Council of Legal Education from 1874

ROBERTSON, Lindesay John (1861 - 1929), Lecturer Hindu and Mohammedan Law, Council of Legal Education, 1919–27; and Lecturer in Muslim Law, Colonial Office, 1919–26

PEASE, Joseph Gerald (1863 - 1928), the Umpire under the Unemployment Insurance Act 1923; Reader in Common Law to the Council of Legal Education since 1925 (Assistant Reader, 1903–25)

CLEVELAND-STEVENS, William (1881 - 1957), QC 1930; Director Council of Legal Education, 1939; Chancellor Diocese of Birmingham since 1937, of Truro since 1940, of Gloucester since 1946 (to be addressed as the Worshipful Chancellor); Deputy Chairman Enemy Exports Committee, 1939, Contraband Committee, 1940

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

Association ‘Legal Clinic’ of the Faculty of Law, St Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia and Radlova v Council of Ministers and Minister of Education and Science (intervening), Final Judgment, Administrative Case No 5063/2003, ILDC 609 (BG 2003), 18th July 2003, Supreme Administrative Court

LEE, Robert Warden (1868 - 1958), Rhodes Prof. of Roman-Dutch Law, and Fellow All Souls College, Oxford, 1921–56; Reader to the Council of Legal Education; Président de l’Académie Internationale de Droit Comparé; docteur de l’Université de Lyon (honoris causa); Hon. LLD, Witwatersrand and Ceylon

WADE, Emlyn Capel Stewart (1895 - 1978), Downing Professor of the Laws of England, Cambridge University, 1945–62, Professor Emeritus, since 1962; Fellow of Gonville and Caius College since 1931; Reader in Constitutional Law, Council of Legal Education, 1945–66; Member of the Law Reform Committee, 1962–63; Hinkley Visiting Professor, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1962–63; Barrister-at-Law; Hon. Bencher, Inner Temple

 

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A body established by the four Inns of Court to supervise the education and examination of students for the Bar of England and Wales. It administered the Inns of Court School of Law in Gray's Inn. In 1997 the Inns of Court and Bar Educational Trust was founded and took over responsibility of the Council.

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