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Inner Temple:

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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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district of the City of London, England. The name refers to two of the four Inns of Court, the Middle Temple and the Inner Temple. The Temple was originally the English seat of the famous order of Knights Templars.
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In the latter years of Henry VIII's reign the treasurer of the Inner Temple 'was directed to "confer with the other Treasurers of Court, for an uniform reformation in the length of beards"' (cited in William Ralph Douthwaite, Gray's Inn: Its History and Associations (London, 1886; rpt.
Even after its privileges were removed by an act of Parliament in 1697, Ned Ward's London Spy described it as 'a Soil where Sin could only grow'.(2) Narcissus Luttrell (in a manuscript entry written in 1691 but not published until 1857) describes an attempt by the 'benchers of the Inner Temple' at 'bricking up their little gate leading into Whitefryers'.
soles and uppers that inner into foot could But the time comes when And while examining them, he speaks with deep ection for the handmade shoes of his earlier days - the leather soles and uppers and that cushioned inner temple into which the foot could slip with grace Modern shoes with welded synthetic soles are made to be replaced, not repaired.
Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk hails from Swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and did his Bar-at-Law from the Inner Temple, London in 1976.
FAKE: Adam Zoubir pictured outside Bradford Crown Court yesterday - he claimed to be a solicitor, but then said he was a barrister who was a member of Inner Temple (s)
In 1921, he obtained a degree in Law from Oxford and was called to Bar at Inner Temple in 1922.
"At the entrance to the temple, devotees will be asked to wash their hands with sanitisers and also wash their hands with anti-bacterial solution placed at different areas of the temple premises before they enter the inner temple to offer prayers," she said.
The Young Achiever award went jointly to Neev Ranu, a DJ, whose radio show on Kiss 100 attracts 607,000 listeners and has been nominated twice for the Asian Music Awards; and Rehana Azib, a barrister, who has studied law at Oxford University and is a scholar at Inner Temple.
Tift is currently painting the former Lord Chief Justice, Lord Woolf, for The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
Ann qualified last July, but because graduates cannot be "called" before the age of 21, she had to wait until her birthday last month (march) to join the Inner Temple.
A member of the Inner Temple, Miss Morgan specialises in family and criminal and civil law.