Dreamstime -- Regency terraced barrister chambers law offices at the Gray's Inn, Inns Of Court at High Holborn, London, England. Grays' Inn (The Honourable Society of Gray's Inn is the smallest of the four Inns Of Court that barristers and judges in England and Wales must belong to.
King’s Bench Walk, Middle Temple, London. (my photo) Visiting the Inns of Court: The Inns of Court are only open 12.30-3:00 in the afternoons, M-F, no bank holidays, so plan to be there at noon. The entrance to Middle Temple Lane is just where the Strand becomes Fleet Street, to your right if you’re walking towards Fleet Street. You will think you aren’t allowed to enter because a long barrier reading NO ACCESS or something like that stretches beneath the entrance archway, and there is a man…
Inns of Court and Royal Courts of Justice - Middle & Inner Temple Grounds located just 2 mins from the LSBF New Court Campus. It is a stunning example of Gothic architecture, London's Inns of Court date back to before the 14th century.
Kings Bench Walk, Inner Temple. Inns of Court., London, UK,