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Incorporated Law Society


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Incorporated Law Society

Incorporated Law Society

FINDLATER, William Huffington (1824 - 1906), DL; President of the Incorporated Law Society, 1878, 1896; Past President of Statistical Society of Ireland

BRADY, Patrick Joseph (1868 - 1943), Past President Incorporated Law Society of Ireland; Director of Great Southern Railways, Ireland

RUSSELL, William (1859 - 1937), JP; MP (U) Bolton, 1922–23; Deputy Mayor, County Borough of Bolton; Councillor; Chairman of Bolton Incorporated Law Society

BAKER, Augustine FitzGerald (1851 - 1922), admitted Solicitor in Ireland, 1878; President of the Incorporated Law Society of Ireland, 1903

LYNCH, John Patrick (1858 - 1921), JP Co. Dublin; President Incorporated Law Society of Ireland, 1905–06; Vice Chairman, Dublin Castle Red Cross Hospital; Governor of the House of Industry Government Hospitals

BLYTH, Alexander Wynter (died 1921), Public Analyst for St Marylebone and County of Devon; Registrar of Sanitary Institute; past President of Incorporated Society of Medical Officers of Health; Barrister at Law (Lincoln’s Inn)

BARTY, James Webster (1841 - 1915), Doctor of Laws; Procurator-Fiscal of West Perthshire; President of the Association of Procurators-Fiscal in Scotland; Joint Secretary of the Incorporated Society of Law Agents in Scotland; Joint Agent of Bank of Scotland, Dunblane; Land Agent, Solicitor, and Notary Public

JACKSON, George (1843 - 1931), JP; late Member of General Medical Council (Direct Representative); late President, Incorporated Medical Practitioners’ Association, and of Plymouth Medical Society, President, South-Western Branch, British Medical Association, 1904–05; Vice President Poor Law Medical Officers Association; late President, now Vice President and Member of Council Public Vaccinators Association; Hon. Treasurer, Plymouth Branch, League of Nations Union

NESBITT, Robert Chancellor (died 1944), Chairman, National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Board for Great Britain since 1915; Deputy Chairman, British Law Insurance Co.; Director, Union Bank of Australia; Chairman, London Diocesan Fund; Member, The House of Laity; Member of Central Board of Finance; Member, Church Assembly Committee to consider Penalties of Præmunire; Treasurer of London Diocesan Conference; Chairman, Incorporated Church Building Society; a Governor of Guy’s Hospital; Member, Executive Council, Hospital Saving Association

 

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The professional body representing Irish solicitors. Its origins go back to the Law Society of Ireland established in 1830. This was a Dublin pressure group for promoting the interests of ...

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