THE INNER TEMPLE ADMISSIONS DATABASE
MEMBERSHIP OF THE INNS OF COURT
From the Middle Ages there have been four independent Inns of Court (a combination of law schools and professional societies) in London:
All intending barristers need to join an Inn of Court and to be called to the bar there (see Legal education to 1920).
The three levels of membership in the Inns are:
The governing bodies of the Inner Temple, which comprise benchers of the Inn, are:
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