Hugh Law

(1818—1883) judge

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Law, Hugh (1818-1883), judge

The Sources of International Law. By Hugh Thirlway.

MOULTON, Hugh Fletcher (died 1962), Barrister-at-law

LAW, Hugh Francis d’Assisi Stuart (1897 - 1984), DL

GOITEIN, Hugh Hirsch (1896 - 1976), Barrister-at-Law

STUTFIELD, Hugh E. M. (1858 - 1929), Barrister-at-law and author

LAW, Hugh Alexander (died 1943), Knight of Grace of the Sovereign and Military Order of Malta

SPRINGER, Hugh (Worrell) (1913 - 1994), Governor-General, Barbados, 1984–90; barrister-at-law

PRITCHARD, Hugh Wentworth (1903 - 1999), Member of Council of Law Society, 1947–66

BEVAN, Hugh Keith (born 1922), JP; Professor of Law, University of Hull, 1969–89

BEALE, Hugh Gurney (born 1948), Professor of Law, University of Warwick, since 1987

HUDSON, Anthony Hugh (1928 - 2011), Professor of Common Law, Liverpool University, 1977–92, then Emeritus (Dean of Faculty of Law, 1971–78 and 1984–91)

ROSSI, Hugh (Alexis Louis) (born 1927), farmer and arboriculturist, Dordogne, since 1991; consultant in environmental law with Simmons and Simmons, solicitors, 1991–97

HASSARD-SHORT, Adrian Hugh (1879 - 1956), Secretary, Law Society’s Poor Persons Committee, 1926–51

LADDIE, Hugh (Ian Lang) (1946 - 2008), Professor of Intellectual Property Law, University College London, since 2005; consultant to Rouse & Co. International, solicitors, since 2005

COLLINS, Hugh Graham (born 1953), Vinerian Professor of English Law, University of Oxford, since 2013; Fellow, All Souls College, Oxford, since 2013

WATSON, Hugh Gordon (1912 - 1989), Barrister-at-Law; one of the Special Commissioners of Income Tax, 1952–76

JOHNSON, David Hugh Nevil (1920 - 1999), Professor of International Law, Sydney University, 1976–85, then Emeritus

BELLOT, Hugh Hale Leigh (1860 - 1928), Barrister-at-law; Membre de I’Institut de Droit International

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