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Published in 2001 and edited by P.V. Baker QC (a bencher and former editor of the Law Quarterly Review). As with volume 5, there is an extensive introduction (including full treatment of the effect of the two World Wars on the Inn) and a complete list of all those called to the bar during the period.
The editor has also included nine appendices of valuable material outside the scope of the extracts from the Black Books themselves. As well as a detailed plan showing the site of the Inn as it was in 1952, a notable feature is a series of 12 plans in panels on a single long folded sheet at the back of the volume showing the historical development of the site from 1230 to 1883.