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Edward Francis Maitland, Lord Barcaple (1803–1870) was a Scottish judge.

The brother of Thomas Maitland, Lord Dundrennan, he became an advocate in 1831, and served in government as Solicitor General for Scotland from 1855–1858 and from 1859–1862. He was appointed a Lord of Session, with the judicial title Lord Barcaple, in 1862.

Edward Francis Maitland, Lord Barcaple (1803–1870), was born in Edinburgh on 16 April 1803, educated at the university, where he graduated LL.D. and became an advocate in 1831. He served as sheriff of Argyllshire 9 July 1851, and as solicitor-general for Scotland under Lord Palmerston from 14 Feb. 1855 to 17 March 1858, and from 27 June 1859 to 10 Nov. 1862.

As a lord of the court of session, with the title of Lord Barcaple, he sat on the bench from 10 Nov. 1862 till his death. He was curator and assessor of the University of Edinburgh in 1859, and rector of the University of Aberdeen in 1860.

He died at 3 Ainslie Place, Edinburgh, 23 Feb. 1870, having married in 1840 a daughter of William Roberts of Glasgow, banker.

Legal offices
Preceded by
Thomas Mackenzie
Solicitor General for Scotland
1855–1858
Succeeded by
Charles Baillie
Preceded by
George Patton
Solicitor General for Scotland
1855–1858
Succeeded by
George Young
Academic offices
Preceded by
New university
Rector of the University of Aberdeen
1860–?
Succeeded by
Unknown

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