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The Law Society, Chancery Lane, London WC2, by Lewis Vulliamy (1791-1871). 1828-32. The Law Society was founded as the Law Institute, a "voluntary organisation of solicitors" (Weinreb et al. 476), in 1825. Vulliamy's impressive neo-classical building is very much of its time, and certainly supports the idea that he was a "thoroughly professional" architect (Allinson 178).
Allinson, Kenneth. Architects and Architecture of London. Oxford: Architectural Press (Elsevier), 2008.
Weinreb, Ben, et al., eds. The London Encyclopaedia. Third ed. London: Macmillan, 2008.
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