C. A. White
Sir Charles Arnold White (1858 – 6 September 1931) was a British lawyer who served as the Advocate-General of Madras Presidency from 1898 to 1899 and as Chief Justice of the Madras High Court from 1899 to 1914.
Sir Charles Arnold White
|Advocate-General of Madras Presidency|
|Preceded by||V. Bhashyam Aiyangar (acting)|
|Succeeded by||V. Bhashyam Aiyangar (acting)|
|Chief Justice of Madras High Court|
|Preceded by||Sir Arthur John Hammond Collins|
|Succeeded by||Sir John Edward Power Wallis|
|Died||6 September 1931|
|Alma mater||New College, Oxford|
Early life and educationEdit
White served as the Advocate-General of the Madras Presidency and ex-officio member of the Madras Legislative Council from 1898 to 1899. He resigned in 1899 following his appointment as Chief Justice of the Madras High Court. In 1914, White was appointed to the Council of India. He also served as the Vice Chancellor of the University of Madras.
White was made a Knight Bachelor in 1900.