Norman Wylie, Lord Wylie

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The Right Honourable
Norman Wylie, Lord Wylie
PC
Member of Parliament
for Edinburgh Pentlands
In office
15 October 1964 – 28 February 1974
Preceded by John Hope
Succeeded by Michael Moore
Lord Advocate
In office
1970–1974
Preceded by Henry Stephen Wilson
Succeeded by Ronald King Murray
Solicitor General for Scotland
In office
April 1964 – October 1964
Preceded by David Anderson
Succeeded by James Graham Leechman
Personal details
Born 26 October 1923
Elderslie, Scotland, United Kingdom
Died 7 September 2005(2005-09-07) (aged 81)
Political party Scottish Conservative Party
Other political
affiliations
Unionist Party (until 1965)
Alma mater St Edmund Hall, Oxford
University of Edinburgh
University of Glasgow
Military service
Allegiance  United Kingdom
Service/branch Fleet Air Arm
Years of service 1942 - 1946
Battles/wars World War II

Norman Russell Wylie, Lord Wylie PC (26 October 1923 – 7 September 2005) was a Scottish Conservative and Unionist politician.

Born in Elderslie, he was educated at Paisley Grammar School, St Edmund Hall, Oxford, and the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh. He served in the Fleet Air Arm from 1942 to 1946. He was member of Parliament for Edinburgh Pentlands between October 1964 and February 1974. Between 1970 and 1974 he held the title of Lord Advocate, having briefly been Solicitor General for Scotland from April to October 1964. He was a Senator of the College of Justice from 1974 to 1990, and later served as a Justice of Appeal in the Republic of Botswana from 1994 to 1996.

His son Neville Wylie is an Associate Professor of Politics at the University of Nottingham.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
John Hope
Member of Parliament for Edinburgh Pentlands
1964Feb 1974
Succeeded by
Malcolm Rifkind
Legal offices
Preceded by
David Anderson
Solicitor General for Scotland
Apr–Oct 1964
Succeeded by
James Graham Leechman
Preceded by
Henry Stephen Wilson
Lord Advocate
1970–1974
Succeeded by
Ronald King Murray