William Cain (deemster)

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Thomas William Cain QC is a former First Deemster of the Isle of Man. He was born on 1 June 1935.

He was educated at Marlborough College and then Worcester College, Oxford University. After performing his National Service from 1953-1955, he was called to the Bar at Grey's Inn in 1959 and admitted to the Manx bar in 1961, whence he worked for T W Cain and Sons, Advocates.

He served as Attorney General and Member of the Legislative Council of the Isle of Man from 1980 to 1993, when he became Second Deemster. He succeeded as First Deemster and Clerk of the Rolls in 1998, serving until 2002.[1]

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