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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 Beth DeWitt had this comment about volunteering as the presiding judge, “To be able to participate in the development of the next generation of trial attorneys in Florida is a great honor.
Based on knowledge of what will or will not withstand scrutiny in court, a trial attorney can identify points on which to compromise without surrendering too many legal rights.
One of the first and most important challenges facing any trial attorney upon taking office is to establish credibility with other elected officials, including by showing loyalty to causes extending beyond the trial lawyer community.
Fahey was previously a tax associate in the law firm of Covington & Burling and a trial attorney with the Tax Division of the U.
Meanwhile, Outgunned, by journalist Peter Harry Brown and trial attorney Daniel G.
The author thanks Sarah McKee, OIA trial attorney, for her invaluable assistance in preparing this article.
Dodig has been designated as a Certified Civil Trial Attorney by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
I have been practicing as a consumer trial attorney for over 35 years.
One of the most satisfying election-night victories came out of eastern Iowa, where trial attorney Bruce Braley defeated Republican Mike Whalen for the First Congressional District seat left vacant when Rep.
On higher-exposure cases, it makes sense to have a seasoned claim handler (or trial attorney, if available on staff) sit in the courtroom and monitor developments, with daily reports to management.