Andrew Constable, Lord Constable
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Arthur (Andrew) Henderson Briggs Constable, Lord Constable CBE KC FRSE (3 March 1865 – 4 November 1928) was a Scottish advocate, judge and Conservative politician. He served as Dean of Faculty and as Solicitor General.
He was born in Benarty, Fife, the son of William Briggs Constable. He was educated at Dollar Academy and at Edinburgh University, where he was Vans Dunlop Scholar in Political Economy, he was admitted as an advocate in 1889 and appointed a King's Counsel in 1908.
He briefly served as Solicitor General for Scotland from March to June 1922. In July 1922 he was appointed a Senator of the College of Justice, succeeding Lord Salvesen, and took the judicial title Lord Constable.
He was appointed a CBE in 1920.
- Treatise on Provisional Orders (1900)
He married Elizabeth Simpson in 1895.
- "no. 13797". The Edinburgh Gazette. 21 March 1922. p. 511. Retrieved 11 January 2016.
- "no. 13828". The Edinburgh Gazette. 4 July 1922. p. 1140. Retrieved 11 January 2016.
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