- First name(s)
- Position(s) held at King's College London
- Evening Class Lecturer of Roman Law (1888-89)
- Professor of Principles and Practice of Commerce (1888-)
- Evening Class Lecturer of Commercial Law (1888-)
- Dean of Evening Class Department (1890-)
- Evening Class Lecturer of Common Law (1892-1893)
- Evening Class Lecturer of Law (1895-)
Education & professional details
- School, college and/or university attended
- King’s College London (Evening College)
- Middle Temple (1884-1887)
- Called to the Bar 1887
- Associate of Lincoln's Inn
- Position(s) held (non King's College London)
Since the age of 14 employed by W.H. Smith, the Strand.
- Professional activities
Associate of WH Smith
- Edited and revised Lessons on Commerce: the Law and Customs of British Trade by Professor R. Gambaro of the Royal Commercial School, Genoa (1892)
- with J.E. Forster, Registration of Business Names, Acts, Excess Profit, Duty and Corporation Tax (n.d.)
- Date of birth
- 21 June 1851
- Place of birth
- St Helier, Jersey
- Date of death
- 13 December 1927
- Place of death
- Family details
Son of David Gault of Antrim. Married Ellen Sarah Rixon.
Gault, employed as a clerk at WH Smith, gained an LL.B by studying at KCL's evening classes; it was left to his contemporary, the academically well qualified John Rahere Paget, from a senior professional family, to give the prestigious Gilbart lectures leaving Gault to teach students in the evening classes.
- KCL Archives KA/IC/G90
- Who Was Who, 1916-1928.