Gray's Inn


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Gray's Inn:

see Inns of CourtInns of Court,
collective name of the four legal societies in London that have the exclusive right of admission to the bar. These societies—Lincoln's Inn, Gray's Inn, the Inner Temple, and the Middle Temple (see also Temple, the)—date from before the 14th cent.
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Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors was famously acted at Gray's Inn in 1594-95, his Twelfth Night at Middle Temple in 1601-2, both presumably by Shakespeare's company, (3) For most of the seventeenth century, indeed, the Inner Temple and the Middle Temple paid for two professionally performed plays each per year, on All Souls Day (November 1) and Candlemas (February 2).
It comes as somewhat of a sutprise, then, that the final chapter--consisting of excellent readings of the 1594-95 Gray's Inn Revels (including a production of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors), the 1597-98 Middle Temple Revels, and the 1617-18 Gray's Inn Revels--concludes that paradox has become the "arch-villain" (127), exemplifying "the corrupting effects of bad education" (126).
Her childhood home in London in Gray's Inn fostered her love of the mysterious old parts of cities, which is reflected in her skilful creation of the atmosphere of city streets and alleyways in both of her novels.
Probate has been granted to son Michael MacDonald, of Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire; son Ian Alexander MacDonald, of Dover, Kent; Brian Keeble, of Westerham, Kent; and solicitor Pauline Smith, of 12 South Square, Gray's Inn, London.
He was called to the Bar by Gray's Inn in 1968 and took Silk in 1995.
Police sealed off Gray's Inn Road and part of Pentonville Road and passengers, fearing a terrorist attack, flung themselves out of a top deck window.
Perhaps the most interesting case was that of Bertha Cave, whom the barristers of Gray's Inn were willing to admit in 1902 until they determined that they coul d not do so without the permission of the judges.
Mr Underhill, 48, was called to the Bar in Gray's Inn, where both Tony and Cherie worked in chambers, in 1976.
AIF you have reached deadlock you can contact the Office of the Banking Ombudsman at 70 Gray's Inn Road, London WC1 X8B.
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The work by the Ceredigion -based artist Wynne Melville Jones depicting Presbyterian chapel Soar-y-Mynydd - often described as the most isolated place of worship in the country - is now on display at the London Welsh Centre on Gray's Inn Road.
Cohen, a co-founder of 12 Gray's Inn Square Chambers, has substantial experience in international arbitration, trans-national litigation, and both domestic and international regulatory inquiries.