List of members of Lincoln's Inn Wikipedia
Listed in order of date of birth:Sir John Fortescue,(1394) Lord Chief Justice under King Henry VI of England and jurist
Sir Thomas Berkeley, M.P.
Sir Thomas More (1478)
William Roper (1496)
Sir Francis Walsingham (1532)
John Donne (1572)
William Hakewill, M.P., lawyer and antiquary (1574)
Richard Bellewe, (1575) legal reporter
William Prynne, 17th century pamphleteer and opponent of Archbishop William Laud (1600)
Sir Nicholas Steward, (1618) 1st Baronet of Hartley Mauditt, MP Lymington, Justice of the Peace (1660) and Deputy Lieutenant of Hampshire (1673 to 1688), Chamberlain of the Exchequer
Richard Cromwell (1626)
William Osgoode, (1754) first Chief Justice of Ontario after whom Osgoode Hall (and by proxy Osgoode Hall Law School) was named
William Pitt the Younger, twice Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1759)
William Wingfield (MP), Chief Justice of the Brecon Circuit (1772)
Edward Vernon Utterson (c. 1776), lawyer, one of the Six Clerks in Chancery, literary antiquary, collector and editor
Thomas Langlois Lefroy (1776), Chief Justice of Ireland from 1855 to 1866
Sir Nicholas Conyngham Tindal (1776), Chief Justice of the Common Pleas
Francis Rogers, (1791) judge and author
Thomas Powys (1794) who was the 2nd Baron Lilford.
John Henry Newman, cardinal (1801)
William Ewart Gladstone, (1809) four times Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Gnanendramohan Tagore, first Asian to be called at the bar. A member of Tagore family of Pathuriaghata.
Monomohun Ghose, (1844) the first Indian to practice at the Calcutta High Court
H. H. Asquith, (1852) Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and 1st Earl of Oxford and Asquith
Henry Buckley, 1st Baron Wrenbury, (1854) a PC and QC who wrote the first edition of Buckley on the Companies Act. He served as a Judge of the High Court of Justice and as a Lord Justice of Appeal. He was then admitted to the Privy Council and elevated to the peerage as Baron Wrenbury
Sir James Peiris, (1856) the first elected head of the Legislative Council of Ceylon
Sir Baron Jayatilaka, (1868) Minister for Home Affairs, Ceylon
Mohammad Ali Jinnah, (1876) founder and first Governor General of Pakistan
Sir Muhammad Iqbal (Allama Iqbal), (1877) Muslim poet, philosopher and politician.
Sir Padamji Ginwala (1897) Parsi Barrister and economist from India.
Mithan Jamshed Lam, (1898) the first Indian woman Barrister, former Sheriff of Mumbai and Padma Bhushan awardee
Lord Denning (1899)
Sir Muhammad Zafarullah Khan, (1893) Foreign Minister of Pakistan,
Umashanker M. Trivedi, (1903) First elected MP of Independent India
Mohammad Hidayatullah, (1905) Chief Justice of India.
Lord Hailsham of St Marylebone, (1907) former Lord Chancellor
Mirza Hameedullah Beg, (1913) Chief Justice of India
Shankar Dayal Sharma, (1918) 9th President of The Republic of India
Chaim Herzog, (1918) sixth President of Israel
His Excellency Rauf Raif Denktas (1924) Founding President of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus
Mohiuddin Ahmed,(1940) student of legendary Justice Denning (also a Lincolnian himself) and the last to hold the chair of 'City Coroner Judge' for the Metropolitan City of Calcutta (Presently renamed as Kolkata), India.
Subimal Chandra Roy, (1971) Judge of the Supreme Court of India.
Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto [4th President and 11th Prime Minister of Pakistan]
Margaret Thatcher, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Apa Saheb Bala Saheb Pant, Indian freedom fighter and diplomat
Listed in order of date of birth:Azlan Shah of Perak, former Lord President of Malaysia, Sultan of Perak Darul Ridzuan
Sir Anerood Jugnauth, President of Mauritius & former prime minister
Basdeo Panday, Fifth Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago and first Indo-Trinidadian Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago
Sajjad Ali Shah, Chief Justice Of Pakistan
Adnan Sami, World Famous Singer, Musician and Pianist
Dr. Kamal Hossain, former Foreign and Law Minister of Bangladesh.
Chan Sek Keong, former Chief Justice of Singapore.
Robert Walker, Baron Walker of Gestingthorpe, Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Martin Lee, Hong Kong politician. Former leader of the Democratic Party
John Kufuor, President of Ghana from 2001 to 2009
Asaduddin Owaisi, Member of Parliament (Hyderabad),India
Charles Gray QC
Mary Arden (judge), Lady Justice of Appeal of the Royal Courts of Justice
David Neuberger, Baron Neuberger of Abbotsbury, Master of the Rolls
Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Makhdoom Ali Khan, former Attorney General of Pakistan
Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz, Minister of Tourism and Culture of Malaysia
Cherie Booth QC
Raja Ashman Shah, Raja Kecil Tengah of Perak Darul Ridzuan (Malaysia)
Rabinder Singh QC
Ghulam Muhammad Khan Bhurgri, Pioneer of Pakistan Freedom Movement, first Barrister from Sindh
Ajmal Mian, Barrister and Former Chief Justice of Pakistan
Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa, Senior Judge Supreme Court of Pakistan