member of the legal profession

member of the legal profession

noun  attorney, attorney at-law, barrister, counsel, counselor, counselor-at-law, esquire, lawyer, legal advisor, legal advocate, legal consultant, legal practiiioner, practitioner, solicitor
See also: advocate, counsel, counselor, esquire, jurist, lawyer
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Ms David has been an outstanding member of the legal profession and will be an asset to the Court, she said.
Ramirez's] legal cause was orphaned, not because a court of law ruled on the merits of his case but because a person privileged to act as counsel failed to discharge her duties with the requisite diligence She failed to exhaust [all] possible means to protect Ramirez's interest, which is contrary to what she had sworn to do as a member of the legal profession," the high tribunal ruled.
It is my personal opinion as a member of the legal profession, the Supreme Court of the United States has corrupted the word "speech," i.
Liverpool Law Society's Stewart McCulloch said: "Paul was a very prominent, industrious member of the legal profession in Liverpool.
A member of the legal profession in South Wales, who asked not to be named, said: "It is highly unusual for a judge to go 'back into the ranks', as it were.
Inquiries revealed that there was a London-based barrister named Adam Zoubir and during police questioning the defendant accepted that he was not a member of the legal profession.
The member of the legal profession taking part in the programme questioned whether ex-policemen could be totally impartial in their dealings with former colleagues, and I think he was right to be worried.
This is not suggesting that any member of the legal profession was responsible for trying to smuggle the handset in.
The NGRC's Independent Appointments Committee will appoint those eligible to serve and the chairman will be a former member of the legal profession.
Judge Peter Fox, the Senior Circuit Judge and Recorder of Middlesbrough, an eminent member of the legal profession and a long-time friend to the School of Social Sciences and Law, is to receive a Doctor of Laws.
38-39) should be mandatory reading for every member of Parliament and every member of the legal profession, especially the High Court and Supreme Court judges.
The man in question, an eminent member of the legal profession, was outraged at being stopped by East Lothian's boys in blue.

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