Nigel Davidson attended Charterhouse School before going up to Oxford University, where he studied law and represented the university at lawn tennis. In 1899, he was called to the Bar as a solicitor at the Inner Temple, and subsequently had a career in the service of the Sudan Government and Iraq, being appointed a Judge of the High Court of Sudan in 1907. In later life he was chairman of several companies. In 1927, he was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (C.B.E.) and he was knighted in 1930.
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