OTHER WORDS FROM barristerbar·ris·te·ri·al [bar-uh-steer-ee-uhl], /ˌbær əˈstɪər i əl/, adjective
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In 1979, Andrew’s Alternative Miss World contest fought off legal action from another event with the help of a budding young defense barrister – future British Prime Minister Tony Blair.Baltimore’s ‘Visionary’ curator prepares to step down|Ed Gunts|September 23, 2021|Washington Blade
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.
Cherie Blair is a leading international barrister specializing in human-rights law.
The founder, Motilal Nehru, an Anglophile barrister, was a liberal member of the Indian nationalist movement.
From the dinner they proceeded to another place or two; and on getting home, towards one in the morning, there was the barrister.
"I never had a letter in my life but I turned it over to make sure," observed the more careful barrister.
Here—stop and look—is the epitaph of one, a considerable fellow in his day, a barrister of the Middle Temple.The Portsmouth Road and Its Tributaries|Charles G. Harper
He sent the barrister into the drawing room, went upstairs for Anne, and brought her in on his arm.
To the barrister's surprise, a well-dressed and really rather gentlemanly man entered.