Until the mid-17th century, lack of suitable legal training at home meant many Scots seeking to practice law studied at Bourges, Paris or Orléans; thereafter, most did so at Leyden University in the Dutch Republic. 
- Patrick Adamson (1543–1591)
- John Calvin (1509–1564)
- Hugues Doneau (1527–1591)
- Francois Douaren (1509–1559)
- Conrad Gessner (1516–1565)
- Franciscus Junius (the elder) (1545–1602)
- Esmé Stewart, 3rd Duke of Lennox (1579–1624)
- Houston 2017, p. 681.
- Houston, Robert A (author), Hutson, Lorna (editor) (2017). Law & Literature in Scotland, c 1450 to 1707 in The Oxford Handbook of English Law and Literature, 1500-1700. OUP. ISBN 978-0199660889.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
- J.-Y. Ribault, "L'Ancienne université de Bourges", in: Académie d'Orléans, Guide de l'étudiant, année 1964-1965, pp. 23–25.
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