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Martin Russell Thomson Howe

Martin Russell Thomson Howe, British queen's counsel. Bar: England, Wales (middle temple) 1978, Queen's Counsel, 1996. Recipient Everard ver Heyden Foundation prize Bar Council, 1978; Astbury scholar Middle Temple, 1979. Parliamentary candidate (Conservative) for Neath, South Wales, 1987. Member Society Conservative Lawyers (chairman research committee 1989-1992).

Background

  • Howe, Martin Russell Thomson was born on June 26, 1955 in London. Son of Colin Thomson and Angela Mary (Brock) Howe.

  • Education

    • Degree in engineering, Cambridge University, 1975. Degree in law, Cambridge University, 1977.

    Career

    • Private practice, London, since 1980.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: England, Wales (middle temple) 1978, Queen's Counsel, 1996.

    Works

    • Martin Luther's 95 Theses
    • Prepared with an introduction, explanatory notes and illustrations—all to help readers in discerning the significance of Luther's call to reformation.
    • Author: Europe and the Constitution After Maastricht. 1993, Russell-Clarke on the Legal Protection of Industrial Designs 8th edition, 1998. Editor: Trade Marks Section of Halsbury's Laws of England, 1984, 95, 2000.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: member Church of England.

    Religion

    Denomination: Church of England

    Membership

    Parliamentary candidate (Conservative) for Neath, South Wales, 1987. Member Society Conservative Lawyers (chairman research committee 1989-1992).

    Connections

    • Married Lynda Barnett. Children: Philip, Julia, Jennifer, Elizabeth.
    • father: Colin Thomson Howe
    • mother: Angela Mary (Brock) Howe
    • spouse: Lynda Barnett
    • children: Philip Howe
    • Julia Howe
    • Jennifer Howe
    • Elizabeth Howe
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    Born June 26, 1955
    (age 62)
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