Roman ruler. Eastern Roman Emperor 9 August 525 AD – 14 November 565 AD. Reign as Imperator Caesar Justinianus Augustus. 483 AD – Born on May 11th in Tauresina, Illyricum. Eastern Roman Emperor, noted for his administrative reorganization of the imperial government. 518 AD – He became the administrator for Justin, ..
1732 – Born in Maryland on the 4th of November. 1760 – He was taught at home, and as a man read law before being admitted to practice law. 1770 – He attended both the First (1774) and Second (1775) meetings of the Continental Congress. 1775 – He was a draftsman of the Maryland declaration ..
1771 – Johnson, William born in Charleston, South Carolina on the 27th of December. He is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. 1790 – He graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton) with the highest honors of the class and studied law as an apprentice to the office of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney. ..
1745 – Born on the 12th of December in New York City. 1768 – He attended King’s College, the forerunner of today’s Columbia College, and began the practice of law, partnership with his relative by marriage, Robert Livingston 1774 – He believed the British tax measures were wrong and thought Americans were morally ..
1892 – Born on February 13th in Spring Creek, Pennsylvannia. American jurist. 1913 – Despite the fact that he did not have a law degree, he was admitted to the bar after a brief period of study at Albany law school. 1916 – Married to Irene Alice Gerhardt. 1934 – He was appointed general counsel ..
1731 – Born in Windham, Connecticut on the 3rd of July. 1754 – He was admitted to the bar, and moved to Norwich, Connecticut to begin practicing law. 1761 – He married Martha Devotion. 1764 – Huntington began his political career in earnest when Norwich sent him as one of their representatives to ..
1822 – Born in Uffington, Berkshire on the 20th of October. 1834 – He went to Rugby School, which was then under Dr Thomas Arnold, a contemporary of his father at Oriel College, Oxford, and the most influential British schoolmaster of the 19th century. 1842 – He went on to Oriel. 1845 – Graduated B.A. ..
US jurist and Republican politician governor of New York 1907-1910 Supreme Court justice 1910-1916 Republican presidential candidate 1916 Secretary of State 1921-1925 president of American Bar Association 1924-1925 judge on Permanent Court of International Justice 1928-1930 Supreme Court chief justice..
US Jurist fought in Civil War 1861-1864 and wounded at battles of Ball’s Bluff 1861, Antietam 1862, Fredericksburg 1863 admitted to Massachusetts bar 1867 partner in law firm Shattuck, Holmes and Munroe 1873-1882 wrote "The Common Law" 1881 associate justice of Massachusetts supreme court 1882-1899 chief justice of ..
1696 – Henry Home was the son of George Home of Kames. 1712 – Henry Home was tutored at home until his 16th year, first by clergyman John Wingate and later by a Mr. Anderson who taught him Greek, Latin, mathematics, and physics. – He was apprenticed to a Writer to the Signet ..