It is usual for students to read with junior counsel in large practice, to whom they pay a hundred guineas a year.
Mr. Kinlock, junior counsel for the prisoner, arose for the defence.
The opening argument for Mr. Peyton was delivered by Mr. Sheffey, the junior counsel.
A junior counsel on hearing their lordships give judgment against his client exclaimed that he was surprised at such a decision.
There had been a partnership; he was junior counsel, and some of the clients preferred the young, broad-minded man.
Mr. W. Erskine, junior counsel for the prisoner, proceeded to open the defence.
He would give Arthur a little friendly advice as to the conduct of a junior counsel later on.
A junior counsel asked the witness, "What is the meaning of the military phrase, 'ride him down?'"
I heard him frequently at the Bar, and upon some occasions, I had the honour to be junior counsel with him.
The junior counsel leant forward from their benches, keenly attentive to the efforts of the respondent's friend.