Law Society of England and Wales
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LAW SOCIETY OF ENGLAND AND WALES
Arms : Ermine, on a cross gules a sword sheathed in pale, point upwards, Or; a chief of the last, thereon a pale of the second charged with a lion passant guardant of the third, between a lion rampant also of the second upon the dexter side and upon the sinister a harp azure.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, The figure of Justice represented by a female figure blindfolded, habited azure, mantled gules, in the right hand a balance suspended Or, and in the left a sword erect proper.
Supporters: On the dexter side a pegasus Or, around the neck a double chain gold and pendant therefrom an escocheon ermine charged with a rose gules; and on the sinister side a lion purpure, around the neck a double chain and pendent therefrom an escocheon Or charged with a trefoil slipped vert.
Motto: Leges juraque servamus.
The arms were officially granted on June 4, 1845, the supporters were granted one day later.
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