Inns of Court

Definitions of "Inns of Court"
  1. Refers to the four specific structures in London which are owned by four unique groups of law students and legal professionals
  2. Signifies the exclusive associations that maintain the authority to grant admission to the English bar
How to use "Inns of Court" in a sentence
  1. To practice law in England, one must first be admitted by the Inns of Court.
  2. The Inns of Court in London are renowned for their historical significance and role in legal practice.
  3. Many law students desire to be part of the Inns of Court due to their prestige and exclusive nature.

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