King's Counsel
Noun

King's Counsel

  1. (UK) A barrister selected to serve as counsel for the British Crown. First used in 1689.
  2. (Canada) An honorific status conferred by the federal or provincial governments upon senior or meritorious lawyers.
Translations
  • German: Kronanwalt, Kronanwältin



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