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  • A dedicated student of the law, Garrow frequently observed cases at the Old Bailey; as a result Crompton recommended that he become a solicitor or barrister.
  • Wikipedia: William Garrow
  • An uncle who was a solicitor funded Stevenson's ongoing education at Dulwich College in London, intending that the young Stevenson would join the family firm once his schooling was complete.
  • Wikipedia: Melford Stevenson
  • Cape's solicitor Harold Rubinstein sent out 160 letters to potential witnesses.
  • Wikipedia: The Well of Loneliness
  • Colbung's solicitors requested waiver of this condition on grounds that the exhumation would be of great personal significance to Yagan's living relatives, and great national importance to Australia.
  • Wikipedia: Yagan
  • Cordray, who had earlier worked for a summer in the office of the United States solicitor general, was the first Solicitor to be appointed, in September 1993.
  • Wikipedia: Richard Cordray
  • Funds were obtained from contributors, and a local solicitor prevailed on Mary's brother, William Ashford, to bring an appeal of murder against Thornton.
  • Wikipedia: Ashford v Thornton
  • Her early mystery novels often featured athletic heroes; once Heyer's husband began pursuing his lifelong dream of becoming a barrister, the novels began to feature solicitors and barristers in lead roles.
  • Wikipedia: Georgette Heyer
  • Herring was admitted to practice in Victoria as a barrister and solicitor on 1 March 1921 and signed the roll of counsel of the Victorian Bar on 8 June of that year, while Mary graduated with her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MB BS) and became a resident surgeon at Royal Melbourne Hospital.
  • Wikipedia: Edmund Herring
  • His solicitor father intended a law career for his son, but after a brief period of unsuccessful study, Edwards took a position at a counting house in London, and began acting in amateur theater.
  • Wikipedia: Henry Edwards (entomologist)
  • His unconvincing explanations for this sudden retreat—poor health and the dangers from brigands—led many of his financial backers to withdraw their support, and Holmes resigned as his solicitor.
  • Wikipedia: Tichborne case
  • In 1633, he went to live in London as companion to Pagit's sons, and in 1638, with the help of Pagit, he became a solicitor.
  • Wikipedia: Elias Ashmole
  • In 1895, he was admitted as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria and established a legal practice in Castlemaine.
  • Wikipedia: James Whiteside McCay
  • On 25 November 1903, Ernest Bell, publisher and printer of The Shambles of Science, apologized to Bayliss, and pledged to withdraw the 200-page book and hand over all remaining copies to Bayliss's solicitors.
  • Wikipedia: Brown Dog affair
  • Philip's parents were Arnold Heseltine, a solicitor in the family firm, and Bessie Mary Edith, née Covernton.
  • Wikipedia: Peter Warlock
  • Robert Perks, a solicitor for a number of railway companies and Member of Parliament for Louth, had suggested the CCE&HR to Yerkes and the American's consortium bought the company for £100,000 (approximately £8 million today) on 28 September 1900.
  • Wikipedia: Underground Electric Railways Company of London
  • That season, he could only play 11 matches due to work commitments as a clerk with Barings Bank, for whom he had worked since qualifying as a solicitor.
  • Wikipedia: Douglas Jardine
  • The Inn also contains the Inns of Court School of Law, a joint educational venture between all four Inns of Court where the vocational training for barristers and solicitors is undertaken.
  • Wikipedia: Gray's Inn
  • The name turns out to be Michael (Tony Gardner), Becky's solicitor with whom she is now cheating on Trevor.
  • Wikipedia: Joking Apart
  • The press excitedly reported that the solicitor had flown to Simpson accompanied by a gynaecologist and an anaesthetist (who was actually the lawyer's clerk).
  • Wikipedia: Edward VIII abdication crisis
  • There are more restaurants and cafés along Station Road as well as solicitors and building societies, and long-running family businesses such as Pimlott's butchers are also prominent.
  • Wikipedia: Cheadle Hulme
  • These were initially solicitors for the people suing in the Court, and no other counsel was allowed, but by the time of Francis Bacon claimants were allowed their own counsel.
  • Wikipedia: Court of Chancery
  • They further suggested that Conservative concern for control of lands was due to their desire to make favourable land concessions to the unpopular Canadian Pacific Railway, which had historically been friendly with the Conservatives, and for whom Bennett had acted as solicitor.
  • Wikipedia: Alexander Cameron Rutherford
  • Topping continued to visit Hindley in prison, along with her solicitor Michael Fisher and her spiritual counsellor, the Reverend Peter Timms, who had been a prison governor before resigning to become a minister in the Methodist Church.
  • Wikipedia: Moors murders
  • Two years later, some Republicans proposed Hayes to fill a vacancy on the bench and he considered accepting the appointment until the office of city solicitor also became vacant.
  • Wikipedia: Rutherford B. Hayes
  • Upon leaving school Constantine joined Jonathan Ryan, a firm of solicitors in Port of Spain, as a clerk.
  • Wikipedia: Learie Constantine
  • Upon returning to England, Crane secured a solicitor to act as guarantor for their debts, after which Crane and Taylor relocated to Brede Place.
  • Wikipedia: Stephen Crane
  • While Mancini was in prison, his solicitor phoned Birkett and asked him to work as counsel for the defence, which Birkett agreed to do.
  • Wikipedia: Norman Birkett, 1st Baron Birkett