Albert Lindhagen
Klas Albert Lindhagen (July 25, 1823–October 21, 1887) was a Swedish city planner, lawyer, and politician. He is mostly remembered for his city plans for Stockholm produced in the late 19th cen...
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Johan Lilius
Johan Lilius (1724–1803) was a Finnish justice of the Hovrätt in Åbo, at a time when this court was part of the judicial system of Sweden, and a founding member of the Aurora Society.Lilius was influe...
Sten Heckscher
Sten Heckscher (born 29 July 1942 in Stockholm) is a Swedish lawyer and Social Democratic politician. He is a son of the former right-wing politician Gunnar Heckscher and a grandson of economist Eli H...
Anders Lindstedt
Anders Lindstedt (27 June 1854 – 16 May 1939) was a Swedish mathematician, astronomer, and actuarial scientist, known for the Lindstedt-Poincaré method.
Lindstedt was born in a small villag...
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Carl Johan Thyselius
Carl Johan Thyselius (8 June 1811 – 11 January 1891) was a politician, state official (Swedish: ämbetsman), Justice Councillor (Swedish: justitieråd) 1856-60, "Minister for Ecclesiastical Affair...
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Axel Gustav Adlercreutz
Axel Gustaf Adlercreutz (March 2, 1821 – May 20, 1880) was a politician, civil servant, President of the Göta Court of Appeal, Minister in the Cabinet, Member of Parliament 1847-66 and 1877-80, Prime ...
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Ludvig Almqvist
Ludvig Teodor Almqvist (1818 in Gränna, Sweden – August 26, 1884 on the island of Selaön), a Swedish politician, was the son of Sven Johan Almqvist, vicar and priest. He served as the Minister o...
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Erik Marks von Würtemberg
Erik Teodor Marks von Würtemberg (1861, Björnlunda – 1937) was a Swedish friherre, jurist, and politician. He served as Foreign Minister of Sweden 1923-24 representing the General Electoral Unio...
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Ivar Afzelius
Ivar Afzelius (15 October 1848, Uppsala – 30 October 1921) was a Swedish jurist and politician.Having studied law at the universities of Uppsala, Leipzig and Göttingen, he was appointed to teach proce...
Emil Sandström
Alfred Emil Fredrik Sandström (1886, Nyköping, Sweden – 1962) was a Swedish lawyer. He was the chairman of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies from 1950 to 1959....
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Stig von Bahr
Stig von Bahr (born 26 June 1939) is a Swedish jurist and former judge at the European Court of Justice. Stig von Bahr has worked with the Justitieombudsman (Parliamentary Ombudsman) and in the Swedis...
Johan Ramstedt
Johan Olof Ramstedt (7 November 1852 – 15 March 1935), was Prime Minister of Sweden from April to August 1905.
Johan Ramstedt was born in Stockholm, son to clothing manufacturer Reinhold Ram...
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Axel Örbom
Carl Gustaf Axel Örbom (29 July 1836 – 30 May 1889), was a Swedish jurist and government figure who, in the final eight months of his life, served as the Minister for Justice.
A native of St...
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Ingrid Gärde Widemar
Ingrid Gärde Widemar (1912–2009) was a Swedish lawyer and politician (Liberal People's Party (Sweden)). She was the first female Supreme Court Justice in Sweden.She was a lawyer with her own practice ...
Yngve Kalin
Yngve Kalin (born May 2, 1950 in Växjö, Sweden) is a Swedish priest in Hyssna and one of the leaders of the traditionalist movement in the Church of Sweden.Kalin is the author of the so-called Priest’...
Matthias Calonius
Matthias Calonius (December 27, 1738 – 1817) was Finland's most renowned jurist.Born in Saarijärvi as a pastor's son, he studied at the Royal Academy of Turku. He went on to become a lecturer and the...
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Hans Ragnemalm
Hans Olof Ragnemalm (born 30 March 1940) is a Swedish lawyer, judge and professor emeritus of Public Law.Ragnemalm became Professor of Public Law at Lund University, and later Professor of Public Law ...
Göran Lambertz
Lars Göran Tomas Lambertz (born 17 February 1950) was the Chancellor of Justice (Swedish: justitiekansler) in Sweden between 2001 and 2009. He is currently serving as a judge on the Supreme Court ...
Hjalmar Hammarskjöld
Knut Hjalmar Leonard Hammarskjöld (February 4, 1862 – October 12, 1953) was a Swedish politician, scholar, cabinet minister, Member of Parliament from 1923 to 1938 (first chamber), and Prime Minister ...
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