List of Zeta Psi Brothers - Famous Members - Law

Law

Name Original chapter Notability Reference
The Rt. Hon. Brian Dickson, PC, CC, CD ΠΕ'** Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, law professor ?
Allan Wachowich ΜΘ'1957 Chief Justice Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta ?
Roy McMurtry ΘΞ'1954 Former Chief Justice Court of Appeal for Ontario, former politician, Chancellor of York University ?
Arthur Gajarsa Π'1962 United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ?
James Biggs Υ'1893 Former United States Solicitor General ?

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Famous quotes containing the word law:

    “... But here there is nor law nor rule,
    Nor have hands held a weary tool;
    And here there is nor Change nor Death,
    But only kind and merry breath,
    For joy is God and God is joy.”
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    No. I am not the law in your mind,
    the grandfather of watchfulness.
    I am the law of your members,
    the kindred of blackness and impulse.
    See. Your hand shakes.
    It is not palsy or booze.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)

    It will be seen that we contemplate a time when man’s will shall be law to the physical world, and he shall no longer be deterred by such abstractions as time and space, height and depth, weight and hardness, but shall indeed be the lord of creation.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)