King's Counsel

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  • He was named a King's Counsel in the same year.
  • In the same year, he was named King's Counsel.
  • He studied law, was called to the Ontario bar and was later named King's Counsel.
  • He was made a King's Counsel on election and remained in practice as a prosecutor.
  • He was an agent to the King's counsel. Cited from The Shadow of a Crime, by Hall Caine
  • He was eventually created a King's Counsel.
  • He was also appointed a King's Counsel.
  • After the war he carved out a successful career as a barrister and King's Counsel.
  • He was made a King's Counsel while serving in the Bahamas.
  • After the war, he carved out a successful career as a barrister and King's Counsel.
  • In 1922 he was appointed King's Counsel by the government of Canada.
  • His practice steadily grew, and in 1910 he became a King's Counsel.
  • In 1919 he applied to become a King's Counsel, and was accepted.
  • He was called to the Irish bar and became King's Counsel in 1685.
  • He was a member of the King's Counsel for 37 years.
  • About 1674 he was created a king's counsel and made attorney-general to the Duke of York.
  • He became a King's Counsel in 1949, and pursued a distinguished legal career.
  • He became a King's Counsel in 1935, and moved to London.
  • Of the nineteen representatives who speak for it in Parliament no fewer than seven are King's Counsel. Cited from The Open Secret of Ireland, by T. M. Kettle
  • He was a member of the Canadian Institute of International Affairs, and was appointed a King's Counsel.
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