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Gilmore kindly addressed to my solicitor, describing the circumstances under which the writer of the anonymous letter was identified.
There now remained living Anne and Blanche, who had been children at the time; and the rising solicitor who had discovered the flaw in the Irish marriage--once Mr.
You can do nothing until we hear from the solicitor.
If his solicitor will not tell me where he is, I will hunt through England for him.
Your highly intelligent and respect solicitor is of opinion that your affairs are in a bad way, Eugene.
My solicitor, do you know,' observed Eugene, turning round to the furniture, 'is a man of infinite discernment
Choosing a solicitor All solicitors in private practice must hold a practising certificate issued by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, the professional regulatory body for solicitors.
Thomas Rees, associate solicitor at JCP Solicitors, has been on the committee of the West Wales Law Society for many years and took over the reins as president at their most recent AGM on October 7.
Franciso for the position of Solicitor General of the United States.
AN experienced lawyer within the Dispute Resolution and Employment department at one of the area's largest law firms has been admitted as a Solicitor after taking an alternative route to get there and resolving some intriguing cases along the way.
He said he wants to bring up the number of solicitors to 300 or more - as much as our budget can afford.
Ms MacMillan joins the Birmingham-based firm from Quality Solicitors CMHT in Walsall.