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Inns of Chancery


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Formerly, Inns similar but subordinate to the Inns of Court, to which they were attached (for example, Staple Inn and Barnard's Inn were attached to Gray's Inn). Originally they were societies in which students prepared for admission to the Inns of Court; later they became societies of attorneys. They were dissolved in the late 19th century.

Subjects: Bibliography — Law.


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