Taking silk

"taking silk" is the term sometimes used when a barrister is appointed to the role of queen's counsel.

A Queen's Counsel has the right to wear a silk gown in court and this sets him apart from his fellow barristers, hence the alternative name for a QC of a "Silk".

The term "taking silk"  is sometimes used to describe gaining the award of Queen's Counsel.

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