World War I Roll of Honour
155 Irish solicitors and 83 apprentice solicitors joined the military services during the 1914-18 war.
A Roll of Honour was published in the Gazette during the period of the First World War, with supplemental information from the Irish War Memorial Records 1914-1918, where available. View the list of names.
In 1921 the then President of the Society, Charles G. Gamble, unveiled a Memorial in the Solicitors’ Buildings, Four Courts to the 20 solicitors and 18 apprentice solicitors killed in action.
Solicitors and trainees can login to access a digital archive of the Roll of Honour, together with a list of solicitors and apprentices who enlisted and military distinctions conferred, through the library catalogue on the Law Society website.