Middle Temple


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Middle Temple

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(Law) (in England) one of the four legal societies in London which together form the Inns of Court
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He crossed back to Westminster, went up to the Temple, and sat down to smoke in the Middle Temple gardens, listening to the thin voice of the fountain and smelling the spice of the sycamores that came out heavily in the damp evening air.
Considerably refreshed by this ablution, both in mind and body, and almost sobered for the time, he dried himself as he best could; then crossed the road, and plied the knocker of the Middle Temple gate.
He did his LLB (Honours) from the UK's Leeds University in 1979 and Bar-at-law from Middle Temple, UK, in 1980.
Quinn has held executive positions at Middle Temple and the Wellcome Trust where she redesigned business processes and systems and helped establish a sister organization in India.
Lincoln's Inn, Inner Temple, Middle Temple and Gray's Temple are known collectively as what?
Thomas Marston, eldest son and heir of William Marston of Middleton in Shropshire, was admitted to the Middle Temple.
It discusses various topics related to the administration of justice and the rule of law: constitutional issues, sovereignty, parliamentary self-government, assisted suicide, liberties and rights, human rights, the media, the Welsh language, trial by jury, sentencing, the judiciary, and other areas, and ending with personal reflections on topics like the Middle Temple, Reginald Walter Michael Dias, and David Thomas.
John studied at Oxford University before becoming a law student at the Middle Temple in London in 1683.
Shockingly, around the same time, the United Kingdom's future prime minister Winston Churchill ( 1940- 1945 and 1951- 1955) unflatteringly described Gandhi thus: " It is alarming and also nauseating to see Mr Gandhi, a seditious middle temple lawyer, now posing as a fakir of a type well known in the east, striding half- naked up the steps of the viceregal palace, while he is still organising and conducting a defiant campaign of civil disobedience, to parley on equal terms with the representative of the kingemperor.
She is also chancellor of Oxford Brookes University, chancellor of the University of Essex, honorary professor of law at the University of Manchester, visiting fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford, and a master of the bench of Middle Temple.
Churchill dismissed Gandhi as "sedidious Middle Temple lawyer posing as a half-naked fakir".

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