Extent and form : 2 volumes
Access: closed for 20 years.
Administrative history: The Council of the Inns of Court was formed in 1987 to be the representative body of the Inns, in particular formulating joint policy and being the means of communication between the individual Inns and between the Inns and the Bar Council. The Inns’ Council is also responsible for appointing Disciplinary Tribunals. With the Bar Council, the Inns’ Council ensures the Consolidated Regulations are reviewed and amended when necessary.
Scope and content: contains photocopies of the minutes and papers of the Council’s meetings.
Related material: Middle Temple Archives holds the minute books of the Council of the Inns of Court, 1987 – 1991. There are also reference copies of the minutes and papers of the Council of the Inns of Court in Inner Temple Archives Records of External Bodies, reference EXT.
Finding aids: each volume contains a contents list.
|BCO/39/01||The Inns’ Council minutes||1994||1 volume|
|BCO/39/02||The Inns’ Council minutes||1995||1 volume|