members of the bar

See: body, chamber
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Several members of the bar are still to be heard, I believe?
There was an outcry on the part of the older members of the Bar.
in his address at Harvard Commencement: "We all know that, as things actually are, many of the most influential and most highly remunerated members of the Bar in every centre of wealth, make it their special task to work out bold and ingenious schemes by which their wealthy clients, individual or corporate, can evade the laws which were made to regulate, in the interests of the public, the uses of great wealth.
You sit there," he commanded, "it's reserved for members of the bar, but it's all right.
He said that the society looks at the office-bearers and members of the bar as representatives of legal fraternity and therefore they should play an active role for the revival of the dignity of black coat.
The apparent continued attacks on the members of the Bar, none of which had been successfully resolved or prosecuted, create an impression of impunity, wherein State forces appear indifferent and helpless, or, worse, in one case, even involved in such violent assaults,' the IBP said in a resolution by its Board of Governors.
As many as, 75 members of the bar exercised their right of vote whereas Jam Mohammad Younus
The police has registered an FIR against 17 members of the Bar Association here for illegally grabbing public land and installing statue without government permission.
They said that the Members of the Bar, especially their elected representatives having always strived for the rule of law, are supposed to demonstrate more responsible and mature conduct for strengthening the system.
He also appreciated members of the Bar to have elected the candidate of Peoples Laywers' Forum.
Parekh said members of the bar cannot possibly work for 365 days as no human being can or should work round the year.
The Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings system, which evaluates lawyers and law firms in the United States and Canada, is based on the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the Judiciary, including both those who are rated and those who are not.

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