cocounsel

cocounsel

(ˌkəʊˈkaʊnsəl)
vb (tr)
to counsel jointly
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She was valedictorian of her UP Law Class 1984, and cocounsel with Justice Florentino Feliciano in two prominent cases won by the Philippine government.
30) A year later, he served as cocounsel for the PLM's intellectual leader Ricardo Flores Magon in his unsuccessful appeal of his conviction for conspiracy under the Espionage Act, and offered his services to another Magon ally, Mexican lawyer Edgecomb Pinchon.
Federal Election Commission, the case that created Super PACs, and cocounsel in Arizona Freedom Club PAC v.
An antebellum attorney from the Eighth Judicial Circuit in Illinois who helped pioneer insanity defenses, Leonard Swett (1825-89) traversed his circuit with Abraham Lincoln from October 1849 until 1860--dining and lodging with him and serving either as Lincoln's cocounsel or opposing counsel in over 90 circuit court cases of record.
York also served as cocounsel with the Virginia Attorney General's Office in defending the lawsuits DOJ brought under CRIPA in the early 1990s against the Northern Virginia Training Center and Eastern State Hospital.
3) and have prior experience as lead counsel in no fewer than nine state or federal jury trials of serious and complex cases which were tried to completion, as well as prior experience as lead defense counsel or cocounsel in at least two state or federal cases tried to completion in which the death penalty was sought.
court without cocounsel, making the lawyer's personal experience
236) Not only did the case itself make headlines, but Root herself and her cocounsel, George A.
Randee Waldman, a former senior attorney with AFC and the cocounsel for its lawsuit against Franklin K.
I was Mohammed Jawad's defense counsel before the military commissions and cocounsel on his writ of habeas corpus.
You've taken responsibility for drafting the agreement, but, naturally, need to run it by your cocounsel for review, comments, and possible changes.
Boston's patriots considered Quincy one of their leading lights, but today he is remembered only as cocounsel for the defense in the Boston Massacre trial.