Sir Michael O'Loghlen

Lawyer, born Ennis, County Clare, Ireland, 1789; died London, England, 1846. He rose rapidly at the Irish Bar through the brilliancy of his pleading, and is particularly noted as having been the first Catholic solicitor-general, 1834, and judge, 1836, for Ireland, in about 150 years. He died while master of the rolls after effecting many valuable legal reforms.

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