Definition of Barrister:
In the English legal system, the lawyer who confines his or her practice to the court room and (unlike a solicitor) does not provide legal advice to the clients. This distinction is not observed in US (where all lawyers are called attorneys) and most other countries.
A lawyer entitled to practice as an advocate, particularly in the higher courts.
Synonyms of Barrister
Advocate, Lawyer, Professional pleader, Counsel, Queens Counsel, QC, Defending counsel, Prosecuting counsel, Advocate, Agent, Amicus curiae, Attorney, Attorney-at-law, Barrister-at-law, Counsel, Counselor, Counselor-at-law, Deputy, Friend at court, Intercessor, Lawyer, Legal adviser, Legal counselor, Legal expert, Legal practitioner, Legalist, Mouthpiece, Pleader, Proctor, Procurator, Sea lawyer, Self-styled lawyer, Solicitor
How to use Barrister in a sentence?
- We contend there is available insurance for barristers and solicitor advocates.
Meaning of Barrister & Barrister Definition