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Synonyms for barrister

Synonyms for barrister

a person who practices law

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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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James McDermott, barrister-at-law and UCD lecturer;
The author is Barrister-at-Law, a postgraduate of London University and expert in Arab affairs.
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Plaid Cymru's parliamentary leader Elfyn Llwyd declared his employment as a barrister-at-law and Martyn Jones registered his role as a Privy Council appointee to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Achievements: Barrister-at-law of the Inn of Court of Northern Ireland and the King's Inns, Dublin.
After many turns along the way, Stephen graduated from Nottingham University and finally became a Barrister-at-Law of the Royal Court of Justice in England at the end of 1953.
He has a doctorate in Spanish literature from the National University of Ireland and became a barrister-at-law at Kings Inns, Dublin.
Pike has extensive experience in commercial and investment banking and in the shipping industry in London, Tokyo, and Frankfurt, and for the last 10 years has been a practicing barrister-at-law in London.