Title
Professor
First name(s)
Edward Arundel
Surname
Geare
Position(s) held at King's College London
  • Professor of Law (1892-96)

Education & professional details

School, college and/or university attended
  • St John's College, Cambridge (1861-1865)
  • Inner Temple (1867-1869)
Position(s) held (non King's College London)
  • On the Oxford Circuit (1885-92)
  • Draftsman and Conveyancer
Publications
  • The Investment of Trust Funds: Primary Sources (1883)
  • The Investment of Trust Funds
  • Incorporating the Trustee Act (1885)
  • Company Law
  • An Abridgement of the Law Contained in the Statutes and Decisions (1893)
  • Poems (1871).

Personal details

Date of birth
3 October 1844
Place of birth
Stanford-in-the-Vale, Berkshire
Date of death
18 November 1896
Place of death
London
Obituary

The Times, 21 November 1896

Family details
  • Son of the Rev. Edward Geare
  • husband of Agnes Maria Wilding (1888)
  • had issue

Notes

Edward Arundel Geare died as a result of being scalded in his bath. He was a well known poet before his appointment to KCL where he took James Gault's place, assisted by a brother, Reginald Geare, assistant master at KCL Junior School, who gave evening classes (1892-6) on Constitutional Law.

References

  • Alumni Cantabrigienses
  • Inner Temple Archives
  • J Foster, Men at the Bar ( 1892)
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