Related formsbar·ris·te·ri·al [bar-uh-steer-ee-uh l] /ˌbær əˈstɪər i əl/, adjective
Examples from the Web for barrister
Alamuddin was invited to become a barrister, an elite group of British lawyers, in 2010.Meet Amal Alamuddin George Clooney’s Beautiful and Formidable Fiancée|Lizzie Crocker|April 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The dean told him face to face that Africans lacked the innate skills necessary to become a barrister.
It tells the story a British barrister, a criminal lawyer, in mid-life crisis.
The founder, Motilal Nehru, an Anglophile barrister, was a liberal member of the Indian nationalist movement.
But you are a pretty Lord Chancellor to tell the barrister on one side how best to win the cause!The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Volume II (of II)|Charles Darwin
He called himself a barrister, but he never practised; a journalist at times, but he seldom put his name to anything he wrote.The Avenger|E. Phillips Oppenheim
Perhaps,” exclaimed the barrister, “your few words will come more easily if you wet your whistle.The Stowmarket Mystery|Louis Tracy
Cotherstone walked steadily away through the Market Place when he left the barrister.The Borough Treasurer|Joseph Smith Fletcher
The Butcher only killed Beavers, the Barrister was hunting among his fellow sailors for a good legal case.Lewis Carroll in Wonderland and at Home|Belle Moses