Inns of Court
- the four legal societies in London having the exclusive right to admit persons to practice at the bar
- the four groups of buildings (Gray's Inn, Lincoln's Inn, Inner Temple, and Middle Temple) belonging to these societies
See Inns of Court in American Heritage Dictionary 4
- The four legal societies in England founded about the beginning of the 14th century and having the exclusive right to confer the title of barrister on law students.
- The buildings housing the Inns of Court.