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Ancestry.com. England and Wales, Law List, 1843 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.
Original data: Cockell, Teesdale. The Law List; Being a List of the Judges and Officers of the Different Courts of Justice: Counsel, with the Dates of Their Call and Inns of Court; Special Pleaders, Conveyancers; and a Complete and Accurate List of Certificated Attornies, Notaries, and c. in England and Wales, with the London Agents to the Country Attornies, as Printed by Permission of the Commissioners of the Stamp Duties. London, England: V. and R. Stevens and G. S. Norton, 1843.

About England and Wales, Law List, 1843

Law lists were published from the late eighteenth century to the late twentieth century. They contained the names of lawyers, judges, and other legal professionals. This database contains the law list of 1843. Aside from the name of the professional, information that may be found in this list includes the name of the firm for which the individual worked, the town in which the firm was located, and the date of call. Many law lists are held at the British Library, the Guildhall Library, and the National Archives of the U.K. Further research in these types of records may be done at these institutions.

Some information taken from: Herber, Mark D. Ancestral Trails. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, 1998, 390-392. To learn more about researching in trade, profession, and business records, consult this work.