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Edmund Sidney Pollock Haynes (26 September 1877 – 5 January 1949) was a British lawyer and writer.
The son of a London solicitor, Haynes was a King's Scholar at Eton College and a winner of a Brackenbury Scholarship at Balliol College. Haynes practised in the same offices at 9 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, where his father had practised. A prolific author, he was a well-known figure in London's literary circles from 1900 to his death in 1949.
He was published from 1904 and the Notebook series were amongst the many publications he wrote. More from a Lawyer's Notebook, (1933), followed A Lawyer's Notebook (1932), and was followed by The Lawyer's Last Notebook (1934).
Hilaire Belloc's The Servile State is dedicated to Haynes.