What Is a Queens Council?

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A queen's council refers to a barrister who is appointed by the Queen to serve as the Queen's Counsel learned in law. The term is normally used when the sovereign is a woman. The mode of dressing for the Queen's crown is silk gowns of a particular design.
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A queen's council is a barrister who is chosen to be the Majesty's lawyer or counsel. Such a counsel can only appear before the crown with a license. Those selected are normally considered to be diligent, upright, and learned.
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