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legal services

n. the work performed by a lawyer for a client.

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This chapter expressly sets out the requirements for, and regulation of, arrangements whereby a sponsor contracts directly with a managing attorney for the provision of legal services to the sponsor's group of individual members.
The Chief Judge formally launched his plan to gain permanent state funding for civil legal services and justice in New York State with his 2010 Law Day speech, "Law in the 21st Century: Enduring Traditions, Emerging Challenges.
Completion of the HND in Legal Services gives you the opportunity for direct entry to the third year of the BA Legal Services degree at Glasgow Caledonian University.
The Legal Services Commission believes timely information and advice reduces personal suffering as well as saving taxpayers' money.
Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida in Daytona Beach, $2,786,259.
When it came to Glendale, Neighborhood Legal Services moved into an art deco building from the 1920s that was designed by the same architect who drew up the blueprint for the Wiltern Theatre in Mid-Wilshire.
Boasting one-stop legal services, the firm targets medium-sized businesses that are cost-sensitive.
We at Fleet Legal Services have a dedicated team of financial experts who focus solely on the legal profession.
Oates and Goelzer's second argument is that the Act's ban on legal services is far broader than the SEC's current rule, further limiting the range of tax services that an accountant can provide for an audit client.
Founded in 1892 as CT Corporation, CCH-LIS pioneered the corporate legal services industry.
In August, the ABA resolved to "make no change, addition or amendment to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct [that would] permit a lawyer to offer legal services through a multidisciplinary practice unless and until additional study demonstrates that such changes [would] further the public interest without sacrificing or compromising lawyer independence and the legal profession's tradition of loyalty to clients.
6045-5 was issued on May 21, 1999, addressing the controversial reporting requirements for gross proceeds paid to attorneys in connection with legal services.

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