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The Honorable Society of Lincoln's Inn is one the of the four societies of the English Bar.
The Honorable Society of Lincoln's Inn is one the of the four societies of the English Bar. The wonderful old buildings here are arranged around the open spaces of Lincoln's Inn Fields and a walk around this area will give any visitor a real sense of the history and grand traditions of the legal profession in London. The Great Hall is used for the call to the Bar, as a dining place and for concerts.
The Royal Courts of Justice building holds the High Court and the Court of Appeal, two of the highest courts in the United Kingdom, where civil cases are heard
Sir John Soane's Museum is befittingly at the former home of the neo-classical architect Sir John Soane, displaying some of the eclectic objects he collected during his lifetime, including the Egyptian alabaster sarcophagus of Seti I with hieroglyphics, Roman mosaics, Pompeii bronzes, drawings by Christopher Wren, and paintings by artists such as Turner, Canaletto and William Hogarth
The Honorable Society of Gray's Inn is one of the four societies of the Court in London which hold the exclusive right to call qualified legal professionals to the bar, i
The Temple Church is a church within the Temple built by the Knights Templar in the 12th century as their English headquarters and as a shelter for pilgrims traveling to Jerusalem
Somerset House is a cultural centre overlooking the Thames in Strand in the heart of London
The Buildings of High Holborn are a range of Tudor half-timbered buildings across a magnificent marble courtyard building which stands on the site of the former Staple Inn
The Royal National Theatre has three large auditoriums - the Olivier, the Lyttelton and the Cottesloe