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Neville Jonas Laski Anglo-Jewry.(18 December 1890 – 24 March 1969) was an English judge and leader of
Laski came from a distinguished family. His father was Nathan Laski (1863-1941), a Lithuanian Jewish Manchester cotton merchant and a leader of British Jewry; his mother, Sarah Frankenstein, had married Nathan Laski in 1889. His younger brother was Harold Laski. He married Phina Emily, eldest daughter of Moses Gaster; he had four children, including Marghanita Laski.
Laski was a barrister and was appointed a Kings Counsel (KC) in 1930 and a Bencher of the Inner Temple in 1938. He was a Judge of Appeal of the Isle of Man, 1953–1956 and Recorder of Burnley, 1935–1956. He was a Judge of the Crown Court and Recorder of Liverpool (1956–1963).
He was a member of the General Council of the Bar, 1950–1956, Chairman of its Professional Conduct Committee, 1952–1956 and its Honorary Treasurer, 1955–1956.
Other positions held
- Chairman, Manchester Victoria Memorial Jewish Hospital
- President, London Committee of Deputies of British Jews, 1933–1939
- Presiding Elder of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews Congregation, 1961–1967
- Vice-President, Anglo-Jewish Association
- Who Was Who
- Sagar v Ridehalgh & Sons Ltd  1 Ch 310, a UK labour law case where Laski KC represented the employer.
- Frangopulo, N. J., ed. (1962) Rich Inheritance. Manchester: Education Committee; pp. 157-58
- "Clifton College Register" Muirhead, J.A.O. p9257/8: Bristol; J.W Arrowsmith for Old Cliftonian Society; April, 1948
- Board of Deputies of British Jews, London Metropolitan Archives
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