Irishwomen called to the bar, 1921–30

Published in Issue 1 (January/February 2021), Volume 29

Above: Frances Christina Kyle (left) and Averil Katherine Slatter Deverell (right), both graduates of Trinity College, Dublin—in 1921 the first two female barristers in the United Kingdom. (The Sketch, 9 November 1921)

1921:   Frances Christina Kyle (Dublin and Belfast)

Averil Katherine Slatter Deverell (Dublin)

1923:   Mary Dillon-Leetch (Dublin)

Ida May Coffin Duncan (London)

Edith Jane Douglas Morrison (London)

1924:   Sydney Alice Malone (London)

Frances Elizabeth Moran (Dublin)

1925:   Marion Elizabeth Duggan (Dublin)

Antonia E. McDonnell (Dublin)

1926:   Margaret Una Flood (Dublin)

1927:   Kathleen Phelan (Dublin)

Kathleen Anna Burgess (London)

1928:   Margaret Kathleen Miller Aiken (Belfast)

Audrey Moyra M’Meekin (Belfast)

1930:   Anne Caulfield (Dublin)

Mary Kathleen Antonia Shiel (Belfast)

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