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Law Society

noun

  1. (in England or Scotland) the professional body of solicitors, established in 1825 and entrusted with the registration of solicitors (requiring the passing of certain examinations) and the regulation of professional conduct


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There have been English law weeks in Moscow and British Law Society conferences in Kazakhstan.

He assisted in founding the Incorporated Law Society, of which he was president in 1842 and 1843.

The Law Society, however, soon showed zeal for the education of future solicitors.

In 1868 called to the bar of Ontario, and appointed an examiner and a lecturer on equity of the Law Society.

In June, 1576, he left the university and became an ancient of the Gray's Inn law-society.

"I shall do nothing with John North; it is the law—society, to which he is accountable," rejoined the judge.

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