Anthony Fitzherbert Sir Anthony Fitzherbert (1470 – 27 May 1538) was an English judge, scholar and legal author, particularly known for his treatise on English law, New Natura Brevium (1534).
Charles Abbott, 1st Baron Tenterden Charles Abbott, 1st Baron Tenterden PC SL (7 October 1762 – 4 November 1832), was a British barrister and judge who served as Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench between 1818 and 1832.
Cresswell Cresswell Sir Cresswell Cresswell PC KC (20 August 1794 – 29 July 1863), born Cresswell Easterby, was an English lawyer, judge and Tory politician.
Edward Atkyns Sir Edward Atkyns SL (1587–1669) was an English judge, a baron of the exchequer of the Commonwealth period.
Edward Clive (judge) Sir Edward Clive was a British politician and judge. Born in 1704 to Edward Clive and Sara Key, he joined Lincoln's Inn in 1719 and matriculated to University College, Oxford three years later.
Edward Hall Alderson Sir Edward Hall Alderson (baptised 10 September 1787 – 27 January 1857) was an English lawyer and judge whose many judgments on commercial law helped to shape the emerging British capitalism of the Victorian era.
Edward Saunders (judge) Sir Edward Saunders (died 1576) was an English judge and Chief Justice of the Queen’s Bench.
John Glanville (judge) Sir John Glanville, the elder (1542–27 July 1600) was an English Member of Parliament (MP) and judge, the first judge recorded as having reached the bench after beginning his career as an attorney.
John Heath (judge) John Heath was a judge chiefly in criminal trials, in which he earned a reputation for severe sentencing.
John Hynde Sir John Hynde (died 1550) was an English judge, prominent in the reign of Henry VIII.
John Juyn Sir John Juyn SL (died 24 March 1440) was a British judge.
John Knyvet Sir John Knyvet (or Knivett) (died 16 February 1381) was an English lawyer and administrator.
John More (judge) Sir John More (c.1451-1530) was a London lawyer and later judge, notable for being the father of Thomas More, Henry VIII's Lord Chancellor.
John Walter Huddleston Sir John Walter Huddleston (8 September 1815 - 5 December 1890) was an English judge, formerly a criminal lawyer who had established an eminent reputation in various causes célèbres.
John Wilson (mathematician) John Wilson (6 August 1741, Applethwaite, Westmorland – 18 October 1793, Kendal, Westmorland) was an English mathematician.
Justice of the Common Pleas Justice of the Common Pleas was a puisne judicial position within the Court of Common Pleas of England and Wales, under the Chief Justice.
Lewis Pollard (judge) Sir Lewis Pollard was Justice of the Common Pleas from 1514 to 1526 and served as MP for Totnes in 1491 and was a JP in Devon in 1492.
Matthew Hale (jurist) Sir Matthew Hale SL (1 November 1609 — 25 December 1676) was an influential English barrister, judge and lawyer most noted for his treatise Historia Placitorum Coronæ, or The History of th...
Montague Edward Smith Sir Montague Edward Smith PC QC was a British barrister and judge who served as one of the last Justices of the Court of Common Pleas.
Nathaniel Gundry Sir Nathaniel Gundry (1701?-1754), was an English lawyer and politician.
Spencer Cowper Spencer Cowper (1670-10 December 1728), MP and barrister was born in 1670, the second son of Sir William Cowper, 2nd Baronet of Hertford, and his wife, Lady Sarah Cowper, the diarist, and the d...
Thomas de Littleton Sir Thomas Littleton or Lyttleton (c.1407 – 23 August 1481) was an English judge and legal writer.
Thomas de Multon, Lord Sir Thomas (V) de Moulton of Langley and later Lord de Lucy (died in 1240) was a British landowner (Baron) and Judge.
Thomas Dickson Archibald (judge) Sir Thomas Dickson Archibald (1817 — 1876) was judge of the High Court of Justice (Common Pleas Division) and lawyer from Nova Scotia.
Thomas Jenner Sir Thomas Jenner (1637–1707) was an English barrister, baron of the exchequer and justice of the common pleas, closely associated with the Stuart kings Charles II and James II of England.
Thomas Noon Talfourd Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd SL (26 May 1795 – 13 March 1854) was an English judge, politician and author.
Thomas Parker (judge) Thomas Parker (1695–1784) was an English barrister and judge, Privy Counsellor and Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer.
Thomas Raymond Sir Thomas Raymond or Rayment (1626/7 — 14 July 1683) was a British judge.
Thomas Reeve Sir Thomas Reeve KC SL PC (1673 – January 19, 1737) was a British justice.
Thomas Talfourd Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd, SL (26 May 1795 – 13 March 1854), was an English judge and author.
Thomas Tyrrell Sir Thomas Tyrrell (23 June 1594 – 8 March 1672) was an English judge and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1659 and 1660.
Thomas Weyland Sir Thomas Weyland (1230 – January 1298) was a British justice.
Thomas Wode Sir Thomas Wode KS (died 31 August 1502) was a British judge.
Vicary Gibbs Sir Vicary Gibbs, KC (27 October 1751 – 1820) was an English judge and politician.
William Babington (justice) Sir William Babington (c. 1370 – 1454) was an English lawyer and judge hailing from an old Northumbrian noble family.
William Blackstone Sir William Blackstone KC SL (10 July 1723 – 14 February 1780) was an English jurist, judge and Tory politician of the eighteenth century.
William Brett, 1st Viscount Esher William Baliol Brett, 1st Viscount Esher PC, QC (13 August 1817 – 24 May 1899), known as Sir William Brett between 1868 and 1883, was a British lawyer, judge and Conservative politician.
William Danvers William Danvers SL JP (1428 – 19 April 1504) was a British judge.
William de Raley William de Raley (or William de Ralegh or William Raleigh; died 1250) was a medieval judge, administrator and bishop.
William de Shareshull Sir William de Shareshull KB (1289/1290–1370) was an English lawyer, and Chief Justice of the King's Bench from 26 October 1350 to 5 July 1361.
William Ellis (solicitor-general) Sir William Ellis (1609–1680) was an English lawyer, judge and politician who sat in the House of Commons at various times between 1640 and 1679, and supported the Parliamentary cause in the E...
William Erle Sir William Erle PC QC FRS (1 October 1793 – 28 January 1880) was an English lawyer, judge and Whig politician.
William Fortescue Sir William Fortescue, KC, PC (1687 – 15 December 1749) of Buckland Filleigh, Devon, was a British judge and Master of the Rolls 1741-1749.
William Henry Maule Sir William Henry Maule PC KC (25 April 1788 – 1858) was an English lawyer, member of parliament and judge.
William Herle Sir William Herle (1270–1347) was a British justice.
William Inge (judge) Sir William Inge was an English lawyer, and Chief Justice of the King's Bench for a few months from 1316 to 1317.
William Peryam Sir William Peryam (15349 October 1604) was an English judge who, in 1593, rose to the top position of Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer and was knighted by Queen Elizabeth I.
William Robert Grove Sir William Robert Grove PC QC FRS (11 July 1811 – 1 August 1896) was a Welsh judge and physical scientist.
William Scroggs Sir William Scroggs (c. 1623 – 25 October 1683), Lord Chief Justice of England, was the son of an Oxford landowner; an account of him being the son of a butcher of sufficient means to give...