Lynda Margaret Clark appointed the first Advocate General for Scotland.

Published 12th March 2018
Lynda Margaret Clark, Baroness Clark of Calton, PC, QC (born 26th February 1949) was formerly the Labour MP for Edinburgh Pentlands. She became the first Advocate General for Scotland after the position was created in 1999, and continued until 2006, whereupon she became a Judge of the Court of Session in Scotland.
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