Moot is a term used in the inns-of-court, and signifies the handling or arguing a case for exercise.
He is exceedingly censured by the inns-of-court men, for that heinous vice being out of fashion.
By his means the law makes more knaves than it hangs, and, like the inns-of-court, protects offenders against itself.
He is exceedingly censured by the inns-of-court men, for that heinous vice, being out of fashion.
But he is now gone to the inns-of-court, where he studies to forget what he learned before, his acquaintance and the fashion.
The pecuniary means of inns-of-court students have not varied much throughout the last twelve generations.
Feast-days in the colleges of our universities are so called, as they were formerly at the inns-of-court.