Inn of Chancery
Definition of Inn of Chancery
1 : a house or group of buildings in London formerly used by law students for residence and study but now occupied chiefly by attorneys and solicitors —usually used with inn in plural
2 : a society occupying an Inn of Chancery —usually used with inn in plural
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