The historic buildings of Lincoln’s Inn are set in spacious, beautifully maintained private gardens in the heart of Central London.
Originally established as a hostel for those studying law early in the 14th century, Lincoln’s Inn probably takes its name from Henry de Lacy, third Earl of Lincoln. From early on, it provided all that was needed for the new race of professional lawyers: chambers in which to live and work, a hall for eating and drinking, a chapel in which to worship, and a library in which to research and consult legal texts.
The Halls and public rooms of Lincoln’s Inn are steeped in tradition, providing a sumptuous backdrop for all kind or size of banquets, celebrations, corporate receptions, concerts or meetings.
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