Scottish lawyers

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  1. Advocates

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  2. Lawyers from Paisley

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  4. Scottish Queen's Counsel

    Scottish Queen's Counsel

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  5. Scottish solicitors

    Scottish solicitors

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  1. Adam Cockburn, Lord Ormiston

    Adam Cockburn, Lord Ormiston

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    Scottish, Diplomat

  2. Alan Johnston, Lord Johnston

    Alan Johnston, Lord Johnston

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    Scottish judge

  3. Alan Watson

    Alan Watson

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    Scottish legal scholar

  4. Alex Prentice

    Alex Prentice

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    Alex Prentice QC is a leading Scottish lawyer.


  5. Alexander Colquhoun-Stirling-Murray-Dunlop

    Alexander Colquhoun-Stirling-Murray-Dunlop

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    church lawyer and politician

  6. Alexander Falconer Murison

    Alexander Falconer Murison

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    A. F. Murison, MA, LLD, KC. (1847 - 1934) was an eminent Professor of Roman Law and Jurisprudence at University College, London and at Oxford University. He was a prolific writer for newspapers and journals in a wide variety of subjects with comparatively few publications in his specialism of Roman Law. He collated the text of Theophilus' Greek paraphrasis of Justinian's Institutes but failed to finish his extensive work in this field. However, his translation of Theophilus was published in 2010 as the parallel English text accompanying the Greek in the new edition. He also wrote two biographical works in Scottish history: Sir William Wallace (1898) and King Robert the Bruce (1899) in the Famous Scots Series published by Oliphant, Anderson and Ferrier. Lack of money took him into journalism and he was editor of the Educational Times (now the Times Educational Supplement) from 1902 to 1912 and on the staff of the Daily Chronicle. He even had time to enter politics and he stood as a Liberal Party candidate in at least three General Elections: for the Glasgow and Aberdeen Universities constituency in 1906 and for the Glasgow Central constituency in December 1910 and January 1910 and lost on all three occasions to a Conservative candidate. He died on 8 June 1934 at his home in Clapham Common, London.


  7. Alexander Innes Shand

    Alexander Innes Shand

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    Alexander Innes Shand (1832–1907) was a Scottish barrister and author, known as a journalist, critic, biographer, novelist and travel writer.


  8. Alexander Jeffrey

    Alexander Jeffrey

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    British historian

  9. Alexander Montgomerie Bell

    Alexander Montgomerie Bell

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    Legal scholar

  10. Alexander Nicolson

    Alexander Nicolson

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    Alexander Nicolson (1827–1893) was a Scottish lawyer and man of letters, known as a Gaelic scholar and sheriff-substitute of Kirkcudbright and Greenock, and as a pioneer of mountain climbing in Scotland.


  11. Alexander Pollock (politician)

    Alexander Pollock (politician)

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    British politician

  12. Alexander Taylor Innes

    Alexander Taylor Innes

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    Scottish writer and lawyer

  13. Alistair Darling

    Alistair Darling

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    British politician

  14. Andrew Constable, Lord Constable

    Andrew Constable, Lord Constable

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    Advocate

  15. Andrew Fraser (civil servant)

    Andrew Fraser (civil servant)

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    Sir Andrew Henderson Leith Fraser, KCSI (14 November 1848 – 26 February 1919) was an Indian Civil Servant and the Lieutenant Governor of Bengal between 1903 and 1908.


  16. Andrew Jameson, Lord Ardwall

    Andrew Jameson, Lord Ardwall

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    Andrew Jameson, Lord Ardwall (1845–1911) was a Scottish barrister and judge.


  17. Andrew Murray, 1st Viscount Dunedin

    Andrew Murray, 1st Viscount Dunedin

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    British politician

  18. Andrew Stuart (1725–1801)

    Andrew Stuart (1725–1801)

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    British lawyer

  19. Andrews Henderson Leith Frazer

    Andrews Henderson Leith Frazer

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    Sir Andrew Henderson Leith Fraser, KCSI (14 November 1848 – 26 February 1919) was an Indian Civil Servant and the Lieutenant Governor of Bengal between 1903 and 1908.


  20. Annabelle Ewing

    Annabelle Ewing

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    British politician

  21. Anne Mackenzie-Stuart

    Anne Mackenzie-Stuart

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    Scottish political activist

  22. Archibald Primrose, Lord Carrington

    Archibald Primrose, Lord Carrington

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    Scottish, Judge

  23. Arthur Dewar, Lord Dewar

    Arthur Dewar, Lord Dewar

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    British politician

  24. Brian Fitzpatrick (Scottish politician)

    Brian Fitzpatrick (Scottish politician)

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    Scottish lawyer and politician

  25. Caroline Flanagan

    Caroline Flanagan

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    Caroline Flanagan served as President of the Law Society of Scotland from 2005-2006 and as such was the first woman to hold that post. She is also the youngest ever person to hold the post.


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