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High Court of Chancery

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Originally in offices in Chancery Lane, the six clerks of the King's High Court of Chancery moved into No 10 Stone Buildings when it was built for them in 1774 The six clerks were abolished in 1842.

The situation in 2007 is that the work of the High Court of Chancery was taken over by the Chancery Division, one of the three Divisions of the High Court of Justice which deals mainly with civil dispute.

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High Court of Chancery

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This building was erected in 1774 to accommodate the six clerks of the King's...

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Stanley Bean Atkinson

Stanley Bean Atkinson

Barrister-at-law, Stepney Borough Councillor, guardian of the poor, member of Metropolitan Asylums Board. On top of his legal qualifications he also studied medicine at St Bartholomew's. Died aged ...

Person, Law, Medicine, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
King's Bench Prison

King's Bench Prison

Established in medieval times as a place to hold prisoners of the King's Bench court, primarily debtors. It was originally sited in Angel Place, off Borough High Street, just north of what is now J...

Place, Law

1 memorial
Niblett Hall

Niblett Hall

Funded by William Niblett, Niblett Hall was built in 1932, survived WW2, but were later destroyed by fire and demolished in 1992. Replaced by the Littleton Building.

Building, Law

1 memorial
Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins

Sir Anthony Hope Hawkins

Anthony Hope Hawkins was born on 9 February 1863 at Clapton, Middlesex (now Greater London), the last of the three children of the Reverend Edwards Comerford Hawkins (1827-1906) and Jane Isabella H...

Person, Law, Literature, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Paul Percy Harris

Paul Percy Harris

Lawyer and co-founder of Rotary International. Born in Racine, Wisconsin. He started practising law in 1896 in Chicago. He began to consider the benefits of the formation of a social organisation f...

Person, Benefactor, Law, USA

1 memorial