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Local Government Law

Local Government. I. Leigh, Law, Politics, and Local Democracy, Oxford University Press, 2000, 362 pp., £40

NOBLE, Gillian Mae (born 1947), Director (formerly Deputy Director) (Law and Order, Health and Local Government), HM Treasury, 1995–2001

THOMSON, Theodore (1857 - 1916), Barrister-at-Law; Inspector HM Local Government Board, 1891–1911; Assistant Medical Officer since 1911

Law and the City Manager: Beginning to Understand the Sources of Influence on the Management of Local Government

DOWNES, Arthur Henry (1851 - 1938), Commander of the Order of the Crown of Belgium; late Senior Medical Inspector for Poor Law, Local Government Board, Whitehall; Vice-President The Sunlight League

WESTWOOD, Joseph (1884 - 1948), PC 1943; JP; MP (Lab) Stirling and Falkirk since 1935; Member National Advisory Council for Physical Training and Recreation and Committee for Consolidation of Scottish Local Government Law

SWEETING, Richard Deane (1856 - 1913), barrister-at-law; Senior Medical Inspector HM Local Government Board, joining the Medical Department, 1890, after previous work as Temporary Inspector during the Cholera Survey of 1885–86; Member Hon. Society, Gray’s Inn

BURTON, (Richard) Mark (born 1956), MP (Lab) Taupo, 1996–2008 (Tongariro, 1993–96); Deputy Leader of the House, 1999–2008, and Minister of Justice and of Local Government, 2005–08, New Zealand; Minister in Charge of Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations and Responsible for the Law Commission, 2005–08

CLARKE, John Joseph (1879 - 1969), barrister-at-law, of Gray’s Inn and Northern Circuit; Legal Member, Town Planning Institute; Hon. Research Associate in Law of Housing and Planning, University of London, since 1966; Lecturer in Local Government and Law of Land, Kingston-upon-Thames and Greater London Council; Examiner to Inc. Rating and Valuation Association, Building Societies’ Institute, and Town Planning Institute

MACDONOGH, George Mark Watson (1865 - 1942), Knight of Grace, Order of St John of Jerusalem; Col Comdt Royal Engineers, 1924; an Imperial War Graves Commissioner; Member, Central Committee for Regulation of Prices, 1939–41; Member, Finnish Aid Bureau, 1940; a Member of Council and Vice-President, 1941–42, Zoological Society of London, 1934–38 and 1939–41; President, China Association, 1930–35; President, Federation of British Industries, 1933–34; Member, War Emergency Committee FBI; President, Anglo-Finnish Society; Vice-President, Finland Fund; President, Institute of Exports, 1938; Vice-President, Japan Society; Chairman, Hospital St John and St Elizabeth, NW8; Member, Royal Commission on Local Government, 1923–29; Member of Council, London Chamber of Commerce, 1936–41; Vice-President and Member, Executive Council, International Law Association; Member Council, Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1928–41; Fellow, Institute of Bankers; Barrister-at-law, Lincoln’s Inn, 1897; Member, London Committee, Hong-Kong and Shanghai Bank; Chairman, International Paint and Compositions Co.; Chairman, Watts Fincham (1932), Ltd; Chairman, Scammell Lorries, Ltd; Director, Venezuelan Oil Concessions, Ltd, Director, National Provident Institution


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American local government law has its origins in the status of medieval towns, particularly those of England. Medieval towns established a degree of autonomy within their society that has been ...

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