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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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Attorney-at-Law Jayathilake also stated that there is a neurological disease in the child's brain.
With the addition of Beeraj Patel, Attorney-at-law, Tucker & Associates PLLC has greatly increased the number of immigration services it is able to provide to the public.
A QUALIFIED attorney-at-law with over 20 years business experience, has launched a specialist business development venture.
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Written by attorney-at-law Daniel Sitarz in a plain-terms style immediately accessible to lay readers, Small Business Accounting Simplified covers how to track business assets, expenses, income, and payroll, keep a chart of accounts, prepare a profit and loss statement, set up a practical recordkeeping schedule, and much more.
SICK emails from supposed attorney-at-law "Fred Anderson" claim he is trying to sort out the financial affairs of a man who died in the Asian tsunami.
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Susan Guberman-Garcia is a practicing attorney-at-law. For more information on this hearing, check out the website and type in "NAACP"
Congressman from Texas; (2) William Archey, president and chief executive officer, American Electronics Association; (3) Bebecca Quan Burdette, attorney-at-law; (4) Barry Chiswick, Department of Economics, University of Illinois, Chicago; (5) Stephen F.
belonging to a client are held or managed by an attorney-at-law
A restraining order was issued by the Supreme Court today preventing Attorney-at-Law Nagananda Kodituwakku from practising as a lawyer for three years.

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