barristerial


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Do not interrogate the other party: while the barristerial approach works in court it will at best make the other party feel uncomfortable.
Bouncing around behind his desk as he talks, the immediately-likeable Fletcher gives more the impression of being a man of the Chambers, with his affable barristerial manner.
Judge Christopher Elwen hands a note to Whittam, who sets off a chain of whispers, leading to a huddle of barristerial nods, resulting in the arrival of 10.