barrister-at-law


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barrister-at-law

n
(Law) another name for barrister1
References in classic literature ?
Without lime,' returned that unmoved barrister-at-law, 'my existence would be unilluminated by a ray of hope.
The evening proceeded with the keynote speaker for the evening, the respected Barrister-at-law and Supreme Court Advocate, Abid Zuberi.
Special Assistant to PM for Law and Justice Zafarullah Khan, Barrister-at-Law was also present on the occasion.
Bhim Singh, Advocate, Supreme Court of India and a Barrister-at-Law who is Executive Chairman of the State Legal Aid Committee in India shall be Chairman of IPDCP.
He qualified as a barrister-at-law in London, participated in the first Pan African conference and migrated to the Gold Coast in 1902 where he made his home and developed an extended family (he ensured that his children were well educated and they followed his tradition of service to the community).
who arranged the public inquiry, said: "The Isle of Anglesey County Council, acting as Registration Authority for the application, has appointed Mr Jeremy Pike, barrister-at-law, to act as inspector in this matter.