"King's Inns. An Inn of Court (q.v.) established in Dublin by Henry VIII as a means of making Ireland an English dependency and the centre of the Irish legal profession, without which English law could not spread through Ireland. Despite changes of government, it remains the Inn of Court of the Republic of Ireland"--Page 703, The Oxford companion to law / David M. Walker. Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1980.
Third edition. / Revised in accordance with matter found in the fifth volume of the Ancient laws of Ireland, issued since the first edition was written, and with matter gleaned elsewhere. - Glasgow : P.J. O'Callaghan, Ltd., [1917?]
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