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The medieval Inns of Court, which included Lincoln's Inn and Gray's Inn as well as the Inner Temple and Middle Temple, were organised on the same basis as the colleges at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, offering accommodation to practitioners of the law and their students and facilities for education and dining. The term 'Inns of Court' seems to have been adopted on account of the hospitality offered to those associated with the law courts.

21st Aug 2007

Citizenship, English, Geography, History

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Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 4+

law, court, inner temple, justice, london

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