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Thomas Erskine Holland

Thomas Erskine Holland
Thomas Erskine Holland in 1860
Born (1835-07-17)July 17, 1835
Brighton
Died May 24, 1926(1926-05-24) (aged 90)
Oxford
Nationality British
Occupation Jurist

Sir Thomas Erskine Holland KC, FBA (17 July 1835 – 24 May 1926) was a British jurist.

After school at Brighton College and studies at Oxford, he practiced law as a barrister from 1863 onwards. In 1874, he returned to Oxford, succeeding William Blackstone as Vinerian Reader. Later, he became professor of international law and fellow of All Souls College.

His prolific scholarly work, including an often-cited treatise in legal philosophy (Elements of Jurisprudence, 1880), his co-founding and editorship of Law Quarterly Review and his service as a university judge earned him the titles of a King's Counsel and a Fellow of the British Academy, as well as a knighthood in 1917.

There is a memorial tablet to him in the chapel of Brighton College.

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