Chancellor (disambiguation)

Chancellor (disambiguation)

Chancellor is a political title. Chancellors include:

  • Chancellor of Austria, the Austrian head of government
  • Chancellor of Germany, the German head of government
  • Chancellor of the Exchequer, the British finance minister
  • Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, a British government minister
  • Chancellor of Justice, a government official responsible in some countries for supervising the lawfulness of government actions
  • Lord Chancellor, officially the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, the head of the judiciary in England and Wales and Speaker of the British House of Lords
  • Lord Chancellor of Scotland, a former Great Officer of State in Scotland
  • Supreme Chancellor, a fictional title for the Old Republic's Head of State in Star Wars
  • Chancellor (Ritsuryō), chief official of pre-modern Japanese Imperial government

Chancellor can also mean:

People with the surname Chancellor include:

Fictitious characters include:


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