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Thus far Lady Lydiard had listened to her legal adviser, fixing her eyes on his face in her usually frank, straightforward way.
Now, follow that passage with your eye, and tell me whether it distinctly states that the prisoner expressly said that he was instructed by his legal advisers wholly to reserve his defence?
ISLAMABAD -- The Ministry of Law and Justice is still keen to induct a lawyer as the chief legal adviser in the Capital Development Authority (CDA) even though the latter had recently refused to accept him on the post.
ISLAMABAD: The Ministry of Law and Justice is still keen to induct a lawyer as the chief legal adviser in the Capital Development Authority (CDA) even though the latter had recently refused to accept him on the post.
ISLAMABAD -- The CDA has pushed back against a move by the government to unilaterally install a blue-eyed legal adviser at the authority.
McLeod currently serves as the senior career attorney of the Office of the Legal Adviser of the U.
as financial adviser, Hogan Lovells US LLP as the US legal adviser, Minter Ellison as Australian legal adviser and the Bener Law Office as Turkish legal adviser.
The head lawyer of the Legal Section I call the Legal Adviser.
Graham Nicholson, the Bank of England's chief legal adviser, on Tuesday revealed his plans to retire on 30 April 2015, the Bank of England reported on Tuesday.
International legal practice Norton Rose has acted as legal adviser to the Brown Review on the future of rail franchising.
However, the sad fact is that sometimes problems during the process of buying a house can arise which means your legal adviser has to explain to you that there is going to be a delay in the transaction.
State Department's legal adviser never rendered an opinion on the legal justification for the use of force, so one wonders where Clark got his legal advice.