Outer Bar Law and Legal Definition
Outer bar is an English law term. It is a group of junior barristers who sit outside the dividing bar in an English court and in some other courts of the Commonwealth. These barristers rank below the King’s Counsel or the Queen’s Counsel.
Outer bar is also termed as Utter Bar.
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