32: The Inns of Court in London's legal district

Inns of CourtThis is the centre of the legal profession in England and Wales and the location, on both sides of Fleet Street, of the four 'Inns of Court'. An Inn is an old word for a college but today the Inn functions more as a professional association for the barristers. The Inn no longer provides lodgings but the historical buildings are still used for offices and libraries. The best preserved 'chambers' dating from the 17th century can be found in the Inner Temple, accessible through the black gates. There is also a secluded three acre garden open on weekdays between 12.30 to 3pm.


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