barrister /ˈbarɪstə / barrister-at-law


I. noun

(chiefly Brit.) a person called to the bar and entitled to practise as an advocate, particularly in the higher courts.

Compare with attorney, solicitor.
– origin late Middle English: from the noun bar1, perhaps on the pattern of minister.

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