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

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

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

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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