barrister-at-law


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barrister-at-law

n
(Law) another name for barrister1
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'Without lime,' returned that unmoved barrister-at-law, 'my existence would be unilluminated by a ray of hope.'
The debate was proposed by the Earl of Kinnoull (Crossbench), Barrister-at-law.
Barrister Iqbal, born in Bihar, completed his education from Karachi University before moving to Lincoln's Inn for obtaining Barrister-at-Law in 1959.
The IKF website says that Azam Khan, 'a Barrister-at-Law from Lincoln's Inn, brings a wealth of public administration and philanthropic experience to the IKF Board.'
He is the Chairman of Cultural Association of Pakistan Graduates (CAPG) He is Vice President of Human Rights Organization of Pakistan He is Advocate Supreme Court and High Courts of Pakistan He is Barrister-at-Law having done his Bar from England and Wales in 1984 He completed his LLB from London School of Economics and Political Science in 1983 Zafar has appeared in hundreds of important and famous cases due to which his name has been appearing regularly in all the newspapers of Pakistan and he is regularly called on TV for his expert advice.
Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk was a barrister-at-law of the Inner Temple, London.
Born on August 17, 1950, in Swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Justice Nasirul Mulk is a barrister-at-law of the Inner Temple, London.
He graduated with a Bachelors of Law degree from University of London in 1972 and obtained his barrister-at-law from the Inner Temple, London, a year later.