Gray's Inn - A Fountain of Justice (1982)

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A look at Gray's Inn, one of the four Inn, one of the Inns of Court founded in medieval times in London to house and train lawyers. With Lord Elwyn-Jones, former Attorney General and Lord High Chancellor, and Treasurer of Gray's Inn, its role in British soicety, the division in the legal system between barristers and solicitors, the actual training of barristers and other important legal issues are discussed and clarified. Intended for general adult audiences, both on television and educational.

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