26 relations: Clement Corbet, George Oxenden (lawyer), Henry Harvey (lawyer), Henry James Sumner Maine, Herbert Jenner-Fust, Ivor Jennings, James Marriott, Jeremy Morris, John Bond (jurist), John Cowell (jurist), John Lyons (linguist), John Selden, Marmaduke Lumley, Martin Daunton, Morris Sugden, Nathaniel Lloyd, Robert King (jurist), Stephen Gardiner, Thomas Eden, Thomas Exton, Thomas Preston (writer), Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Walter Haddon, William Alexander Deer, William Mowse, William Wynne (judge).
Clement Corbet (c. 1576 – 1652) was an English jurist.
George Oxenden (October 1651 – 21 February 1703) was an English academic, lawyer and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1695 to 1698.
Henry Harvey LL.D. (died 1585) was an English lawyer, who became Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and established the London premises (for two centuries) of Doctors' Commons, leased from the college.
Sir Henry James Sumner Maine, (15 August 1822 – 3 February 1888), was a British comparative jurist and historian.
Sir Herbert Jenner-Fust (born Herbert Jenner; 1778–1852), was an English judge and Dean of the Arches.
Sir William Ivor Jennings, KBE, QC, FBA (Sinhala:ශ්රිමත් අයිවර් ජෙන්නින්ග්ස්) (16 May 1903 – 19 December 1965) was a British lawyer and academic.
Sir James Marriott (29 October 1730 – 21 March 1803) was a prominent British judge, politician and scholar of the late eighteenth century who is best known for his service at the High Court of Admiralty, the highest court in Britain dealing with naval and maritime affairs.
Jeremy Nigel Morris (born 22 January 1960) is a British historian, Church of England priest and academic.
John Bond LL.D. (1612–1676) was an English jurist, Puritan clergyman, member of the Westminster Assembly, and Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.
John Cowell (1554 – 11 October 1611) was an English jurist.
Sir John Lyons, LittD, FBA (born 23 May 1932), is an English linguist, working on semantics.
John Selden (16 December 1584 – 30 November 1654) was an English jurist, a scholar of England's ancient laws and constitution and scholar of Jewish law.
Marmaduke Lumley (died 1450) was an English priest, Bishop of Carlisle from 1429 to 1450, and Knight Commander of the Order of St.
Martin James Daunton (born 14 February 1949) is a British academic and historian.
Sir Theodore Morris Sugden FRS, (31 December 1919 – 3 January 1984) was a British chemist who was master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge and winner of the Davy Medal.
Sir Nathaniel Lloyd (1669–1745) was an English jurist and Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.
Robert King LL.D. (1600 – 6 November, 1676) was an English jurist and Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.
Stephen Gardiner (27 July 1483 – 12 November 1555) was an English bishop and politician during the English Reformation period who served as Lord Chancellor during the reign of Queen Mary I and King Philip.
Thomas Eden (died 18 July 1645) was an English jurist, academic and politician who sat in the House of Commons from 1640 to 1645.
Sir Thomas Exton (1631–1688) was an English admiralty lawyer, Member of Parliament, and Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.
Thomas Preston (1537–1598) was an English master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, and possibly a dramatist.
Trinity Hall is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge, England.
Walter Haddon LL.D. (1515–1572) was an English civil lawyer, much involved in church and university affairs under Edward VI, Queen Mary, and Elizabeth I. He was a Cambridge humanist and reformer, and was highly reputed in his time as a Latinist: his controversial exchange with the Portuguese historian Jerónimo Osório attracted international attention based largely on the scholarly reputations of the protagonists.
William Alexander Deer FRS (1910–2009) was a British geologist.
William Mowse (Mouse, Mosse) (died 1588) was an English lawyer and Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.
Sir William Wynne (1729–1815) was an English judge and academic, Dean of the Arches 1788 to 1809, and Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge from 1803.