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Question 1: The 11 ________ competing for the contract for the Law Courts each submitted alternative designs with the view of the possible placing of the building on the Thames Embankment.
Design-bid-buildArchitectural engineeringConstructionArchitect

Question 2: There are, in addition to the Waiting Rooms, several ________ and Consultation Chambers together with Robing Rooms for members of the bar and solicitor-advocates.
MediationArbitrationAlternative dispute resolutionLaw

Question 3: In Court 4, the ________’s court, there is an elaborately carved wooden Royal Coat of Arms.
Judges' CouncilCourts of England and WalesJudicial Committee of the Privy CouncilLord Chief Justice of England and Wales

Question 4: On either side are gateways leading to different courts and to ________ and witness rooms from which separate staircases are provided for them to reach their boxes in court.
Grand juryJury nullificationJury trialJury

Question 5: The carving over the outer porch consists of heads of the most eminent Judges and ________.
Common lawLawyerShariaLegal education

Question 6: The Central Criminal Court, popularly known as the ________, is situated about half a mile to the East.
St Paul's CathedralEnglandOld BaileyGreater London

Question 7: It is on The Strand, in the City of Westminster, near the border with the ________ (Temple Bar) and the London Borough of Camden.
BristolCity of London CorporationGreater LondonCity of London

Question 8: The Royal Courts of Justice were opened by ________ in December 1882.
George V of the United KingdomEdward VII of the United KingdomVictoria of the United KingdomElizabeth II of the United Kingdom

Question 9: The Royal Courts of Justice, commonly called the Law Courts, is the building in ________ which houses the Court of Appeal of England and Wales and the High Court of Justice of England and Wales.
MoscowLondonStockholmBerlin

Question 10: It is surrounded by the four Inns of Court and ________.
London School of EconomicsUniversity of CambridgeKing's College LondonUniversity of Bristol







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