Wednesday October 21, 2020

Sinful pleasures at the devils’ tables

This is the second in an occasional series on private dining rooms.

28th January, 2006

This is the second in an occasional series on private dining rooms. On this occasion you’ll be dining vicariously with the legal profession.

The Honourable Society of King’s Inns was founded in 1542 and much of the language they use today is just as ancient.

Only barristers, trainee barristers (devils) and barristers’ guests may attend; presiding over the dining are benchers who sit at the top table.

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