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attorney at law (or attorney-at-law)

n. a slightly fancier way of saying attorney or lawyer.

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The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 under 40 is an invitation-only, professional organization comprised of America's top young trial attorneys.
A trial attorney may also advise limiting the amount of written discovery that will be allowed, the time in which a hearing must be held, and so forth.
Tanner is an accomplished trial attorney with a wide ranging practice in complex litigation.
8221; In order to become a Certified Civil Trial Attorney, an attorney must be recognized by their peers as having sufficient skills and reputation in the field of civil litigation, and must expressly meet the following requirements:
In addition, any trial attorney experiencing cash flow issues or seeking more capital to grow their law firms can apply for funding.
Braley was attacked for being a trial attorney and for his efforts to ensure that injured people have an opportunity to get justice in
Some insurers even keep experienced trial attorneys on the payroll to apply an added level of scrutiny to incoming litigation.
As part of the program where experienced trial attorneys share their opinions and evaluations of various judges, Shegerian will speak about the judges in the Central Branch of the Superior Court.
In addition to his work as a trial attorney at the R.
The host was Rikki Klieman, the trial attorney and Court TV personality who also happens to be the wife of Los Angeles Police Department Chief William Bratton.
Joseph Burden, the trial attorney for the owner, stated that the use of private investigators to record the respondent admitting that she lived at another address was crucial to proving the issue before the Court.