The Honorable Society of King's Inns is the "Inn of Court" for the Bar of Ireland. The Benchers of King's Inns award the degree of barrister-at-law necessary to qualify as a barrister be called to the bar in Ireland. As well as training future and qualified barristers, the School extends its reach to a diverse community of people from legal and non-legal backgrounds offering a range of accessible part-time courses in specialist areas of the law. King's Inns is also a centre of excellence in promoting the use of the Irish language in the law.
Óstaí an Rí
|Established||1541 by Henry VIII|
|CEO and Under Treasurer||Mary Griffin|