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Inns of Court, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishInns of Court, thethe Inns of CourtˌInns of ˈCourt, the  the four law societies and their buildings in London, for students and practising barristers, which an English barrister must belong to. The four societies are Lincoln's Inn, the Inner Temple, the Middle Temple, and Gray's Inn.From Longman Business DictionaryInns of CourtˌInns of ˈCourt (also Inns) noun [plural] LAWfour societies in London whose members have the right to act as BARRISTERs (=lawyers who can argue cases in the higher courts)
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