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1 n. A junior member of the Bar who does work (usually settling statements of case or writing opinions) for a more senior barrister under an informal arrangement between them and without reference to the senior's instructing solicitor. The Junior Counsel to the Treasury is sometimes referred to as the Attorney General's devil.

2 vb. To act as a devil.

From:  devil  in  A Dictionary of Law »

Subjects: Law.

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