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Professor Malcolm A ClarkProfessor Emeritus of Commercial Contract Law Malcolm A Clarke (St John's College) was a keen photographer who regularly recorded personalities at Faculty events and personal occasions over nearly forty years. He has kindly donated an album of his photographs to the Faculty. These have been scanned and catalogued and are now included in the Eminent Scholars Archive as a visual record of Faculty members, guests and Goodhart Visiting Professors from the late 70s to the early 2000s. 

Professor Clarke spent most of his working life lecturing at the University of Cambridge, and also writing on insurance and transport law for Lloyd's.

The photographs are available as a complete Flickr gallery which have been arranged by personality (including brief biographical details), that can be accessed via the table below. 

The Faculty thanks Professor Clarke and Mrs Eva Clarke for this generous gift, which will provide many insights into personalities who have passed through the Faculty, some of whom are sadly no longer with us. Those that have been interviewed for the Eminent Scholars Archive, and for whom there will also be more comprehensive details are indicated in the table. 

 

Allen, Kirsty Allison, John Allott, Philip
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Andrews, Neil
Arden, Mary Bainham, Andrew Baker, John
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Beatson, Jack
Bell, John Bevan, Hugh Bridge, Stuart Calabresi, Guido
Cheffins, Brian Clarke, Eva Clarke, Malcolm Collier, John
Cooke, Robin Cornish, Bill
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Coussey, Mary Crawford, James
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Dashwood, Alan Deakin, Simon Elias, Patrick Ernst, Wolfgang
Ewing, Keith Falconer, Charlie Fentiman, Richard Ferran, Eilís
Fleming, David Forsyth, Christopher Glazebrook, Peter Gray, Christine
Gray, Kevin Griggs, Patrick Grubb, Andrew Hall, John
Hedley, Steve Helmholz, Richard Hepple, Bob
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Hokkaido, Yamamoto
Hopkins, John Ibbetson, David Jennings, Robbie Johnson, David
Jolowicz, Tony
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Jones, Gareth Jones, Neil Kentridge, Sidney
Koopmans, Tim Langbein, John Lauterpacht, Eli
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Lester, Anthony
Linehan, Peter Lipstein, Kurt
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Lloyd-Jones, David Markesinis, Basil
Marks, Susan Marston, Geoffrey Mason, Anthony Matthews, Martin
McKean, Warwick McPhail, Ian Melikan, Rose Milsom, Toby
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Mustill, Lord Michael Nolan, Richard Oakley, Tony Oldham, Mika
Oulton, Derek Padfield, Nicky Palmer, Stephanie Parry, Clive
Pearl, David Polack, Rosemary Prichard, Michael
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Renquist, William (US judge)
Rogerson, Pippa Scott, Jo Sealy, Len
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Simester, Andrew
Simmonds, Nigel Smith, Tony
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Spencer, John
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Steiner, Willi
Tettenborn, Andrew Thomas, David Thornley, John Tiley, John
Wade, Bill Walker, Paul Weir, Tony Weller, Marc
Turpin, Colin
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Williams, David Williams, Glanville Wright, Charles Alan
Yates, David Yishi, Matsuvra Zimmerman, Reinhard Zines, Leslie
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Professor Clarke's photographs were taken on roll film with Nikon equipment.