Lincoln’s Inn

The Honourable Society of Lincolns’s Inn is situated on High Holborn at the city end. The thriving society of lawyers is situated in a tranquil, leafy enclave of some 11 acres. Records show that Lincoln’s Inn opened in 1422, the earliest of any of the Inns of court. There were originally as many as 20 Inns associated with law. These evolved to places of legal education and into the four main principal Inns of court – Lincoln’s Inn, Gray’s Inn, Inner and middle Temple. The name Lincoln’s Inn originates from Henry de Lacy, third Earl of Lincoln, whose lived close by and was a patron. The chapel at Lincoln’s Inn is absolutely stunning. The whole area boasts many wonderful features for wedding photography. There are wonderfully textured walls, stone arches and mature trees. It’s an incredible venue for a London wedding and steeped in law history.