Arthur Salter (judge)

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Sir Arthur Clavell Salter KC (30 October 1859 — 30 November 1928) was a British Conservative Party politician and judge who sat as a Judge of the High Court of Justice. Born to Henry Salter and his wife Henrietta, Salter was educated at Wimborne Grammar School and King's College London, where he studied arts and law. He was called to the Bar in 1885 by the Middle Temple, became a King's Counsel in 1904 and was elected as a Member of Parliament for Basingstoke in 1906, where he sat until his appointment as a High Court Judge in 1917. He served in the High Court until 30 November 1928, when he died.[1]


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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Arthur Frederick Jeffreys
Member of Parliament for Basingstoke
Succeeded by
Auckland Geddes