Queen's Counsel

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Queen's Counsel (abbreviation QC)

  1. (Britain) a barrister or advocate appointed by the Crown (when the monarch is a queen)
  2. In Canada, an honorific status conferred by the federal or provincial governments to senior or meritorious lawyers.

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