Building    From 1932  To 1992

Niblett Hall

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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.

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Niblett Hall

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Niblett Pegasus

Niblett Hall was replaced with Littleton Building in 1994.

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Lord Eldon

Lord Eldon

Lord Chancellor.  1st Earl of Eldon. Opposed both the abolition of the slave trade and Catholic emancipation.

Person, Law, Race Issues

1 memorial
W. H. Church

W. H. Church

Alderman in the Borough of Hammersmith in 1948. Our colleague Andrew Behan has researched this man: William Henry Church was born in 1876 in Knightsbridge, a son of Joseph Church and Mary Ann Chur...

Person, Law, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
King's Bench

King's Bench

The King's Bench, as opposed to, The Common Bench, was initially where the King, with his advisors, would hear and decide on matters requiring his involvement. In some form it dates back to King Al...

Place, Law, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
First Baron Aberconway

First Baron Aberconway

Politician. Born Charles Benjamin Bright McLaren in Edinburgh. He began his career in journalism before turning to the law. Elected as an M.P. in 1880. Member of the Privy Council. Became Baron Abe...

Person, Industry, Journalism / Publishing, Law, Politics & Administration, Scotland, Wales

1 memorial
Staple Inn

Staple Inn

The last surviving Inn of Chancery. Attached to Gray's Inn. Things changed over time but, basically, Inns of Court were places where barristers lodged and worked, while Inns of Chancery were plac...

Building, Community / Clubs, Law

1 memorial