devilling

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devilling

in England, the arrangement whereby one barrister assists another. In Scotland, it has a specialized sense referring to the period of compulsory training with another advocate before call.
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His devilmaster - the name given to the senior advocate who guides a junior in the early part of his career - was Raymond Fraser.