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Synonyms for barrister

Synonyms for barrister

a person who practices law

Words related to barrister

a British or Canadian lawyer who speaks in the higher courts of law on behalf of either the defense or prosecution

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Barrister has occupied the third floor, containing 17,431 square feet, since 1995.
Former Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Barrister Sultan Mehmood Chaudhry was invited to address as chief guest, said a message received here.
Your daily work would include general oce admin - photocopying, ling, dealing with letters and emails - as well as collecting fees; organising the law library; managing the barristers' diaries and making sure all case information is up to date; dealing with invoices; handling petty cash; liaising between solicitors, barristers and clients; preparing papers and taking documents and robes to and from court.
Barristers from across the region staged a half-day walk-out yesterday for the first time in history over Government plans to save PS220m a year from the legal aid budget by 2018-19.
Besides this a five member Think Tank has also been constituted which includes former CJ of LHC Iftikhar Hussain Ch, former CJP Shariat Court Fazl Elahi Khan, former CJP PHC Qazi Farooq, former minister Dr Khalid Ranjha and former judge PHC Barrister Jahanzeb Rahim.
Stobart Barristers has revealed almost a third of UK barristers want to offer their services direct to members of the public over the busy Christmas period.
Barrister Zafarullah of the Watan Party sent his application to the secretary of the judicial commission probing the case.
but hardly any will be taken from the legal aid budget that pays for barristers such as Oliver who defend people in longrunning murder and terrorism trials.
A BARRISTER has been banned for life after he "conned" a Teesside client and acted for him in a dispute when he had not finished his legal training.
GOOD morning, your honour," says the barrister, fearing his wig may not be on straight.
THE trial of a Huddersfield man accused of attempting to pose as a barrister at a magistrates court was due to start today.
Barristers give specialist legal advice to solicitors and other professional clients, and represent individual clients and organisations in court or at tribunals.
Take, for example, Washington state's Barrister 2004 cabernet franc ($25) which was Best of Show winner at the recent 28th annual Tri-