Medical, Dental & Legal
JUDGES AND LAWYERS
Recorder of the Crown Court (1992- )
Bush, Brian Drex
Kt; Appointed County Court judge (1969); Judge of the Family Division of the High Court (1976-1989)
Circuit Judge (2014-2016); Chancellor of the Diocese of Birmingham (2005-2011)
Carr, Norman A
County Court judge in Worcestershire and Herefordshire (1955-1969)
Judge, Central Criminal Court (2012-)
Davies, Alfred William Michael
Kt; Judge of the Queens Bench Division of the High Court (1973-1991)
Davison, William Norris
County Court judge (1971-)
Dobbs, A E
Supreme Court Judge, Sierra Leone.
Donaldson, Alan Winton
District Judge in the Midlands (1978-1996)
Finnemore, Donald L
Kt; Judge of the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court (1947-1964); school governor; President of the Baptist Union (1966).
Barrister, QC 1998, Chairman of the Bar Council 2010; Judge of the Queens Bench Division (2013-)
District Court judge
Former Prosecutor and now Defense Counsel, at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, The Hague
Laughland, Graham Franklyn Bruce
QC (1977), defence counsel for Clive Ponting in the GCHQ trial; Circuit Judge (1989-2002).
Lee, Malcolm Kenneth
QC; Recorder of the Crown Court (1980-1993); Circuit Judge and Designated Circuit Mercantile Judge in Birmingham (1993-1999).
Judge of the Jerusalem Family Court (1995-2012).
McCardie, Henry Alfred
Kt, Judge of the Kings Bench Division of the High Court (1917-1933).
Pilley, Sidney F
Chief Coroner, British Columbia, Canada.
Schiemann, Konrad H T
Judge of the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court (1985-), Lord Justice of Appeal, Judge of the Court of Justice of the European Union (2004-2012).
Singer, Jan Peter
Judge of the Family Division of the High Court (1993- ).
Commander in the Royal Navy; Circuit Judge for the south-eastern circuit 1992; Judge Advocate of the Fleet 1995-2008
Turner, Peter John
President, Mental Health Tribunal
Judge of the Queens Bench Division of the High Court (1883-1904), presided over second criminal trial of Oscar Wilde; the first British Tourist to climb the Wetterhorn, in 1854; President of the Alpine Club, 1854-1856.
MEDICAL AND DENTAL PROFESSIONS
FRCS; founder of the Sydenham Medical College
Surgeon in Cincinatti, received Jacobson Innovation Award of American College of Surgeons 2014 for work in reconstruction of larynx and trachea in children
Cox, Norman Kershaw
Had a distinguished career as a dentist in New Zealand, was instrumental in forming the New Zealand Dental Association and developing a publicly funded dental service in New Zealand.
Doctor in the Royal Navy for 20 years, ultimately Surgeon Captain
President of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners 2005-2009; Chair of the Council of Medical Colleges in New Zealand and member of the Medical Council of New Zealand.
MC; a Commando doctor, a surgeon at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham; went posthaste to serve as a doctor in Israel during the Six Days War. Elected to Hunterian Professorship, Royal College of Surgeons (1966)
At the age of 22 founded an anatomy school in London. Died at the age of 27.
Greenhall, Richard CD
Consultant neurologist, Oxford Hospitals.
FRS. One of the founders of the Birmingham Eye Infirmary (1824); President of the Royal College of Surgeons (1864).
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, died aged 28 in Brazil while leading an expedition investigating the cause of yellow fever.
Priest, Robert Cecil
Major-General; Professor of Tropical Medicine at the Royal Army Medical College, London (193?- ?); Inspector-General of Medical Services (1940); Honorary Physician to the King (1934-1941).
Rawll, Christopher Charles Gadsdon
Medical officer in RAF, rising to rank of Wing Commander; subsequently Senior Medical Officer, British Airways (1970-1995).
Reasbeck, Philip G
Director of surgery, Ballarat Health Services, Victoria, Australia, 2010; executive director of medical services, Ballarat Health Services, 2010.
Sands Cox, William
One of the founders of the Queen's Hospital, Birmingham (1841); founded medical scholarships at KES.
FRS (1763); FRCP (1767); Physician-in-Ordinary to the Queen (1782) and to the King and the Prince of Wales (1792)
Director of the Desmond Tutu HIV Centre, Institute of Infectious Diseases and Molecular Medicine, University of Cape Town.