Clive Anderson, television presenter
Kemal Bokhary, Justice of the Court of Final Appeal, Hong Kong
Simon Brown, Baron Brown of Eaton-under-Heywood, Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
David Cameron, honorary Bencher, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Shami Chakrabarti, Director of Liberty
Somnath Chatterjee, former Speaker of the Lok Sabha of India
Anthony Clarke, Baron Clarke of Stone-cum-Ebony, Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Sir Donnell Deeny, Chancery Judge in the High Court of Northern Ireland
Mónica Feria Tinta, international lawyer, obtained the first international human rights court decision ordering the prosecution of a former Head of State for crimes under international law; co-recipient of the Gruber Justice Prize 2007
Alan Ganoo, Speaker of the National Assembly of Mauritius
Andrew Gordon-Saker, Senior Costs Judge
Geoffrey Howe, senior member of the British Cabinet 1979–1990
Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, called as an Honorary Bencher on 3rd November 2011
Igor Judge, Baron Judge, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales
Sir Paul Jenkins (lawyer) KCB, Treasury Solicitor
Andrew Li, first Chief Justice of the Court of FInal Appeal, Hong Kong
Professor Carl Lygo, Vice-Chancellor, BPP University
Sir John Major, honorary Bencher, Prime Minister 1990–1997
Jonathan Mance, Baron Mance, Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Nicholas Phillips, Baron Phillips of Worth Matravers, President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
Anand Ramlogan, SC, human rights attorney, Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago
Geoffrey Robertson, Queen's Counsel (QC), constitutional, criminal and media attorney
John Rutter, musician, made an honorary Bencher in 2008
Mark Rylance, honorary Bencher, awarded in acknowledgement of his 400th anniversary production of Twelfth Night mounted in Hall on 2 February 2002.
Patricia Scotland, Attorney General for England and Wales (until 2010)
Keir Starmer, Director of Public Prosecutions (England and Wales)
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, called to the Bar and made an honorary Bencher in 2009
Wong Yan Lung, SC, former Hong Kong Secretary for Justice
Dora Zatte, Ombudsman of the Seychelles
Peter Ala Adjetey, Speaker of the Parliament of Ghana (2001–2005).
Edward Akufo-Addo, Chief Justice of Ghana (1966–1970) and President of Ghana (1970–1972)
Michael Ashikodi Agbamuche Attorney General & Minister for Justice Nigeria (Sept 1994-1997)
Fred Kwasi Apaloo, Chief Justice of Ghana (1977 -1986) and later Kenya (1993–1995).
Sir Sidney Barton, Consul-General in Shanghai (1922-1929) and Minister to Ethiopia (1929-1936)
Jyoti Basu, Chief Minister of West Bengal 1977–2000
William Blackstone, jurist and author of Commentaries on the Laws of England
Barbara Calvert (1926-2015), first woman to head a chambers
Womesh Chunder Bonnerjee, First President of Indian National Congress and an barrister of Calcutta High Court
William Ward Burrows I (1758-1805), Second Commandant of the United States Marine Corps.
Major (Honourary) Basanta Kumar De, Commercial Traffic Manager (Chief of Traffic), Bengal Nagpur Railway
Brajendranath De, esq., ICS, Magistrate and Collector, Hooghly and Commissioner (Acting), Burdwan, Bengal
Sanya Dharmasakti, Prime Minister of Thailand (1973–75), President of the Privy Council of Thailand (1975–98)
John Dickinson (delegate), American founding father
Romesh Dutt, ICS, Dewan of Baroda and Commissioner (Acting) of Orissa
John Edge, Chief Justice in the Allahabad High Court, member of the Council of India and Privy Council
Chief Remi Fani-Kayode, the Deputy Premier of Nigeria's Western Region (1963–1966) and the Minister of Chieftaincy and Local Government Affairs for the Western Region (1963–1966).
Sir Andrew Fraser, Lieutenant Governor of Bengal
Behari Lal Gupta, esq., ICS, Dewan of Baroda and first Indian Chief Presidency Magistrate of Calcutta
Sir Krishna Govinda Gupta, ICS, Member of the Secretary of State's (for India) Council and Commissioner of Burdwan in Bengal
John Turner Hopwood, Liberal Party MP
Lee Kuan Yew (1923-2015), first Prime Minister and Minister Mentor of Singapore
Kwa Geok Choo (1920–2010), wife to Singapore Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew
Tunku Abdul Rahman (1903–1990), Chief Minister of the Federation of Malaya from 1955, and Malaysia's first Prime Minister.
Tan Sri Haji Dato' Dr. Abdul Aziz bin Mohd. Zain (1922–2012), former Attorney-General of Brunei (1961-1962), Attorney-General of Malaysia (1963), Federal Court Judge of Malaysia (1964-1970), OIC Secretary-General (1973).
Phraya Manopakorn Nititada (1884–1948), first prime minister of Thailand (then Siam)
John Marston (1576–1634), poet, playwright and satirist
V.K. Krishna Menon, Indian nationalist, diplomat, and Defence Minister; cofounder of Penguin and Pelican Books.
Roger North (1651–1734)
K. M. Panikkar, Indian Ambassador to China
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel First Home Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of India.
C. R. Pattabhiraman (1906–2001), Indian lawyer, politician and Union Minister. Eldest son of Sir C. P. Ramaswami Iyer.
G.P. Pillai, one of the earliest practising advocates of the High Court of Madras
Sir Lynden Pindling (1930–2000), First black premier of the Colony of the Bahama Islands from 1967 to 1969 and then first Prime Minister of The Commonwealth of The Bahamas from 1969 to 1992.
Sir Edmund Plowden, (1518–1585), distinguished English lawyer, legal scholar and theorist during the late Tudor period.
Walter Raleigh, Governor of Jersey
John Rutledge, Chief Justice of the United States in 1795
Pote Sarasin, Prime Minister of Thailand (1957) secretary-general of SEATO (1958–1964)
Sir Charles Scarborough, physician to King Charles II and later King James II; King William III and Queen Mary II; and Prince George of Denmark
Raja Sir Maharaj Singh, First Indian Governor of Bombay
John Webster, playwright
Christopher Machingura Ushewokunze, Minister of Industry and Commerce, Zimbabwe 1992-1994
List of members of Middle Temple Wikipedia
The Middle Temple is one of the four Inns of Court exclusively entitled to call their members to the English Bar as barristers.
The following notable people were called to the Bar by the Middle Temple.