The House of Bingham is named after Baron Thomas Henry Bingham of Cornhill. Also recognized by Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers who regarded Bingham as one of the two great legal figures of his lifetime in the field of law.
Becoming a part of this house would indeed mean that you are destined to become outstanding lawyers just like Baron Thomas Henry Bingham.
House of Reid
This house is named after Lord Reid, who is prominent for his outstanding services as a Judge of the English legal system.
Lord Reid is famous for the multiple landmark judgments which have contributed to the development of common law. His well-accomplished timeline displays how intellectual and capable of a man he was.
House of Hale
This house has been named after Baroness Brenda Marjorie Hale of Richmond. She is a judge the former President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.
House of Arden
The house of Arden, has been named after the honorable Lady Justice Arden.
Mary Howarth Arden, more widely known as Lady Arden, refused to succumb to the patriarchal society and pursued her legal career as a Barrister. She was the first woman judge to be assigned to Chancery Divison, and she currently serves as the Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, at the age of 73.