| Andreas Rogert|| 1833|
Andreas Rogert Wikipedia
Andreas Rogert (10 November 1754 – 10 June 1833) was a Norwegian jurist and politician.
Rogert was born in Trondhjem (now Trondheim), Norway. He acquired a legal education in Copenhagen. He worked as a judge and assessor before he became Chief Justice during 1805. He maintained a residence at Collin-gården in Bispegata.
He represented the city of Trondhjem at the Norwegian Constituent Assembly in 1814, together with merchant Peter Schmidt. He was vice-president for meeting the first week and was one of the fifteen who sat in the Constitutional Committee. He generally favored the Independence Party (Selvstendighetspartiet). He was not active in politics after National Assembly.