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The '''Inns of Court''' are a group of four institutions in the west of [[London]]. Since at least the [[14th century]] people have been trained there in [[law]]. The four institutions, called inns because they provided lodging, are Gray's in, Lincoln's Inn, Inner Temple and Middle Temple. By the [[16th century]] the Inns of Court were considered to be behind only [[Oxford University]] and [[Cambridge University]] in terms of prestige.
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The '''Inns of Court''' are a group of four institutions in the west of [[London]]. Since at least the [[14th century]] people have been trained there in [[law]]. The four institutions, called [[inn]]s because they provided lodging, are Gray's Inn, Lincoln's Inn, Inner Temple and Middle Temple. By the [[16th century]] the Inns of Court were considered to be behind only [[Oxford University]] and [[Cambridge University]] in terms of prestige.
   
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Revision as of 11:29, 2 November 2004

The Inns of Court are a group of four institutions in the west of London. Since at least the 14th century people have been trained there in law. The four institutions, called inns because they provided lodging, are Gray's Inn, Lincoln's Inn, Inner Temple and Middle Temple. By the 16th century the Inns of Court were considered to be behind only Oxford University and Cambridge University in terms of prestige.

See Also