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  The Barrister Magazine - Essential Reading for Barristers
It is becoming increasingly common for barristers to examine the way in which their sets are run.
Whilst everybody can see the benefit of having a defined marketing and business strategy, as well as an effective administration, individual barristers are often too busy with their own practices to devote the required time to defining and implementing strategic goals of the set as a whole.
Barristers are under pressure at the moment, for a wide variety of reasons.
www.barristermagazine.com   (630 words)

  
 Barrister Global Services Network, Inc.
Barrister Global Services Network provides multi-vendor IT services, delivering superior resolution to client/server hardware challenges.
We get the right technical skill and the right part to the right location at the right time for fast and predictable problem resolution to our customers' hardware challenges.
Barrister Global Services Network and Barrister Web Services Manager are service marks, and Barrister is a registered trademark/service mark of Barrister Global Services Network, Inc. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be trademarks and/or service marks of their respective owners.
www.barrister.com   (109 words)

  
  Popular Woodworking Magazine
While you can purchase special slides for barrister bookcases, my homemade method is cheaper, works just as well and is almost as easy as installing slides.
Each of these steps requires real accuracy, and you must pay attention to which parts are for the right and left sides, fronts and backs, tops and bottoms.
When it comes time to set up your barrister bookcases, their modular construction and variety of arrangements should prove a real asset.
www.popularwoodworking.com /features/fea2.html   (2310 words)

  
  Employment Barrister | IAN MANN   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Barristers are expressly prohibited from undertaking the general management or administration of a client’s affairs.
For example, a Barrister cannot investigate or collect evidence for use in any court (although witness statements may be drafted) and a Barrister is not permitted to enter into correspondence with another party (although he or she can draft letters for a client).
A Barrister is not allowed to instruct an expert witness or accept personal liability for any payment of any costs or expenses.
www.employment-barrister-uk.com /services/services.asp   (176 words)

  
  Barrister - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A barrister ("advocate" in Scotland and the Channel Islands, "barrister-at-law" in England, Wales, Ireland, and elsewhere) is a lawyer found in most Common law jurisdictions who principally, but not exclusively, represents litigants as their advocate before the courts of that jurisdiction.
In this regard, the profession of barrister corresponds neatly to that part of the role of legal professionals found in the civil law jurisdictions relating to appearing in trials or pleading cases before the courts.
The United States does not draw a distinction between barristers and solicitors; all lawyers who pass the bar examination may argue in the courts of the state in which they are admitted, although some state appellate courts require attorneys to obtain a separate certificate of admission to plead and practice in the appellate court.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Barrister   (1779 words)

  
 BARRISTER - LoveToKnow Article on BARRISTER   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The profession of barrister is open to almost every one: but no person connected with the law in any inferior capacity or who is a chartered or professional accountant, can enter an Inn of Court as a student until he has entirely and bona fide ceased to act or practise in such capacity.
A distinctive dress is worn by barristers when attending the courts, consisting of a stuff gown, exchanged for one of silk (whence the expression to take silk) when the wearer has attained the rank of kings counsel, both classes also having wigs dating in pattern and material from the 18th century.
Barristers have the rank of esquires, and are privileged from arrest whilst in attendance on the superior courts and on circuit, and also from serving on juries whilst in active practice.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /B/BA/BARRISTER.htm   (1138 words)

  
 Barrister: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Lincolns inn is one of four inns of court in london to which barristers of england and wales belong and where they are called to the bar....
Queens counsel (postnominal qc), during the reign of a male sovereign known as kings counsel (kc), are barristers or, in scotland, advocates...
Barristers' work dress is very traditional in that they are required to wear a horsehair wig[For more, click on this link] when they appear as advocates in the higher courts (ie.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/b/ba/barrister.htm   (4835 words)

  
 What is a barrister? Definition of barrister.
In the 19th Century it was determined that a barrister could act only pursuant to instructions from a solicitor and the barrister was precluded from dealing directly with the client.
The barrister is easily identifiable by his or her working garb, which include robe and wig.
In rounded numbers, there were 10,300 barristers admitted to practice before the bar of England and Wales as of 1st March 2003 and 86,000 practicing solicitors as of that date, a total of 96,300 lawyers.
www.carrow.com /barri.html   (895 words)

  
 Barrister - YPPedia
Barrister is the captain of The Yo-Ho Yo-Yos and Minister of War of Looterati.
Barrister is one of the most easily identifiable pirates in all the oceans.
Barrister sports an eyepatch due to an injury he received at Endurance III.
yppedia.puzzlepirates.com /Barrister   (429 words)

  
 Barrister bookcase
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 "Barrister" Defined
Vacation barrister, a counsellor newly called to the bar, who is to attend for several long vacations the exercise of the house.
Barristers are called apprentices, apprentitii ad legem, being looked upon as learners, and not qualified until they obtain the degree of serjeant.
Edmund Plowden, the author of the Commentaries, a volume of elaborate reports in the reigns of Edward VI., Mary, Philip and Mary, and Elizabeth, describes himself as an apprentice of the common law.
www.lectlaw.com /def/b083.htm   (138 words)

  
 BARRISTER
Currently standing duty as the Hingaia herd sire, Barrister was selected by Howard Hodgets of Semex, the same person that selected the hugely successful Hingaia 469.
Barrister is out of the best 469 daughter at Hingaia.
Barrister has almost no US blood, and is only three generations removed from UK bloodlines.
www.phoenixgenetics.com.au /Bulls/Barrister.htm   (135 words)

  
 Barrister Sports
Barrister Sports is a team of motivated professionals who apply their diverse skill sets and expertise to providing exceptionally integrated legal, marketing and management services to help each of our clients meet their goals both on and off the playing field.
Eugene Akers is Barrister's managing member, resident in its Washington DC office and is a member of the New York State and District of Columbia Bars.
Steven Marsh is resident in Barrister's Washington DC office, is a member of the New York State Bar and in 2001 passed the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Patent Bar exam.
www.barristersports.com /About.htm   (443 words)

  
 Baker, Barrister, Bookbinder
Often a local priest would be consulted to act as a Barrister but as times progressed people realized that there were high wages to be earned for the skilled and professional lawyer.
After much litigation and arbitration arose and as disputes became difficult to settle under the umbrella of conflicting laws, a new system for order was instituted.
Barristers became well respected during the Medieval Ages and helped to write and form many of the laws that we still practice today.
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 BARRISTER - Online Information article about BARRISTER
Irish barristers of three years' standing may be called to the English bar without passing any examination upon keeping three terms, and so also may barristers of those colonies where the professions of barrister and solicitor are still kept distinct.
No one can become a barrister till he is twenty-one years old.
chancery and barristers practising in the courts of common law.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /BAR_BEC/BARRISTER.html   (2132 words)

  
 Barrister Bookcases - Bookcases
Barrister bookcases are versatile pieces of furniture that are ideal for the home or office.
Each of the shelves in Barrister bookcases are separate pieces that can be removed to fit the space it is placed in.
Some Barrister bookcases have elaborate etchings or lovely patterns on the glass or perhaps interesting hardware to open the glass doors, which gives each one a different and appealing look.
www.homefurnish.com /homeoffice/homeofficefurniture/barristerbookcases.aspx   (297 words)

  
 The Barrister   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The New Barrister is the student-edited law school newspaper.
The New Barrister accepts submissions for publication from students, professors, and practitioners on an ongoing basis.
The New Barrister relies entirely on private support from fundraisers, sponsoring student organizations, alumni, and other friends to cover all publishing costs and operating expenses.
www.law.howard.edu /233   (155 words)

  
 Barrister — Infoplease.com
A barrister inferior in grade to a Bencher or Utter Barrister.
The Barrister's Dream - The Hunting of the Snark by Lewis Carroll 5 - The Beaver's Lesson The Banker's Fate - 7 The...
Barrister - Barrister One admitted to plead at the bar; one who has been “called to the bar.” The...
www.infoplease.com /dictionary/brewers/barrister.html   (251 words)

  
 Briefless Barrister
The barrister’s degree, however, was not an open sesame to the top of the bar.
This was a disgraceful debut, which filled the young barrister with fl despair as to his future in a profession he had entered at such a heavy cost.
The straits to which he had been reduced may be surmised from the fact that he applied and was turned down for a part time job as a teacher in a Bombay high school with the modest salary of seventy rupees (£5 1/2) a month.
www.mahatmagandhiji.com /bio/briefles.htm   (507 words)

  
 Barrister/Advocate - Legal and Political Services - Job Families & Articles - Home - Jobs4U   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Barristers (England and Wales) and advocates (Scotland) give advice about legal cases to their professional clients and represent clients in court.
There are more than 11,564 self-employed barristers in England and Wales and 400 advocates in Scotland.
Approximately 2,800 barristers work for specialist commercial law firms and other companies and about 800 work in government departments.
www.connexions-direct.com /jobs4u/index.cfm?pid=53&catalogueContentID=381   (309 words)

  
 Barrister Legal Services - About
Barrister believes that every person, from every walk of life, needs access to high quality, sound legal advice and to be represented by a group of attorneys who will communicate with you, protect you, understand who you are, and know what your individual needs may be.
Barrister is your personal attorney that will be there to assist and guide you through your legal care needs and provide you with the security of knowing that help is there when you need it most, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Barrister is a trusted relationship between you, our covered member and Barrister, your personal attorney and counselor.
www.barristerlegal.com /index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=32&Itemid=66   (310 words)

  
 The Barrister Donor Society   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Founded in 1975 to stimulate loyalty among alumni and to set a standard of commitment that encourages support from others, the Barrister Donor Society recognizes alumni and friends whose generous support enables Duke to maintain its status as one of the top law schools in the country.
Beginning in July 2004 (FY05), membership to the Barrister's is granted to Duke Law alumni and friends who donate $2,500 or more annually to the Law School.
Barrister Donor Society members are recognized annually in the fall Duke Law Magazine, are listed on a plaque in the Law School, are invited to the annual Barrister Donor Society Reception during Reunion Weekend, and receive special invitations to Barrister events around the country.
www.law.duke.edu /alumni/annualfund/barrister.html   (232 words)

  
 The Alchemist and Barrister
The Alchemist and Barrister Restaurant was the brainchild of a Chemist and Attorney 30 years ago, hence the name.
The Pub is a classic throwback to the days when congregating in the local pub meant socializing, meeting people and conversing in a pleasant and friendly manner.
The Alchemist and Barrister is open seven days a week, Lunch from 11:30 until 2:30; the Pub menu is served from 2:30 until 12:00 midnight.
www.alchemistandbarrister.com /about   (352 words)

  
 Barrister Global Services Network Agrees to Sell 50.5% Equity
In reliance on that recommendation and an opinion of an outside financial advisor that the transaction is fair to Barrister and its stockholders from a financial point of view, the Board of Directors has unanimously approved the transaction.
Subject to the satisfaction of certain closing conditions, including the cancellation of certain outstanding warrants and options to purchase common stock of Barrister, Barrister expects the closing of the transaction to occur on December 15, 2003.
Barrister's services range from warranty and non-warranty equipment maintenance to managed help desk to per incident hardware repair and equipment installations, as well as new POS and kiosk services for retailers.
www.eeproductcenter.com /showPressRelease.jhtml?printable=true&articleID=114329   (793 words)

  
 Duhaime's Canadian Law Dictionary : B   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In England and some other Commonwealth jurisdictions, a legal distinction is made between barristers and solicitors, the latter with exclusive privileges of advising clients, providing legal advice, and the former with exclusive privileges of appearing in a court on behalf of a client.
In England, barristers and solicitors work as a team: the solicitor would typically make the first contact with a client and if the issue cannot be resolved and proceeds to trial, the solicitor would transfer the case to a barrister for the duration of the litigation.
Lawyers in some states, such as Canada, sometimes use the title "barrister and solicitor" even though, contrary to England, there is no legal distinction between the advising and litigating roles.
www.duhaime.org /dictionary/dict-b.aspx   (1126 words)

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