The English system of barristers' chambers is a creature familiar to common law lawyers, but much less so to those trained in the civil law tradition. While in England, for example, people generally assume that barristers in a given set of chambers consider themselves, and indeed are, independent of their colleagues, this concept is harder to accept for people lacking familiarity with such a system.
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