Faculty of Advocates

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Faculty of Advocates

an ancient society and independent body, comprising the College of Advocates in Scotland (see ADVOCATES). It is is responsible for the conduct of its members and is led by a Dean. It is broadly equivalent to the English Inns of Court. See also BARRISTER.
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