Queen's Counsel

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  • He later entered into law practice and was made a member of the Queen's Counsel.
  • He was due to be appointed as a Queen's Counsel at the time of his death.
  • He was named a Queen's Counsel in the same year.
  • He is a Queen's Counsel, and has been involved in several high-profile cases.
  • He never sought to be a Queen's Counsel or Member of Parliament.
  • In the same year, he became a Queen's Counsel.
  • The same year, he was made a Queen's Counsel.
  • In the same year, he was named Queen's Counsel.
  • From there he made it to London where he went on to serve in the Queen's Counsel.
  • Keeping a school, too, and so near akin to this Queen's counsel all the time! Cited from Wives and Daughters, E. C. Gaskell
  • He is one of the most high-profile criminal Queen's Counsel in England.
  • He was also appointed to the Queen's Counsel.
  • He is on course to become a Queen's Counsel and people are already talking of his being appointed a judge.
  • Also that year, he was appointed Queen's Counsel.
  • He was appointed as a Queen's Counsel in the Northern Territory immediately following his retirement.
  • He was called to the Irish Bar, and became Queen's Counsel.
  • He gave this work up on being appointed a Queen's Counsel in 1957.
  • He entered the legal profession, was called to the bar and was appointed a Queen's Counsel.
  • He established a successful legal practice although he did not become a Queen's Counsel until 1897.
  • He built a successful legal practice and became a Queen's Counsel in 1893.
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