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The Inns of Court, London

Historical Description

The Inns of Court of London are four in number-viz., Gray's Inn, Lincoln's Inn, and the Inner and Middle Temple. Each of these Inns is governed by a self-elected committee, generally formed of Queen's Counsel, called benchers. Each Inn has the privilege of calling students to the bar, and of disbarring a barrister for misconduct, subject to an appeal to the judges. The Inns consist of a hall, a chapel, a library, a suite of rooms for the benchers, and sets of chambers which are occupied for the most part by barristers and solicitors.

Villages, Hamlets, &c

Grays Inn
Lincolns Inn
The Temple