outer bar

outer bar

noun English Law.

  1. a body of the junior counsel who sit and plead outside the dividing bar in the court, ranking below the King’s Counsel or Queen’s Counsel.


  1. (in England) a collective name for junior barristers who plead from outside the bar of the courtCompare Queen’s Counsel

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