trial attorney


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Noun1.trial attorney - a lawyer who specializes in defending clients before a court of lawtrial attorney - a lawyer who specializes in defending clients before a court of law
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
attorney, lawyer - a professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice
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com)-- Personal injury and civil trial attorney Elisabeth A.
I have been practicing as a consumer trial attorney for over 35 years.
A trial attorney will examine and identify potential liability issues that might not otherwise be considered in the normal course of policy renewal.
Decades of attacks on trial attorneys by tort "reformers" have effectively created an environment in which openly identifying oneself as a trial attorney can be seen as an act of courage.
Grill began his legal career as a trial attorney in the Kings County District Attorney's office in Brooklyn, N.
Written by trial attorney Daniel Spiro, The Creed Room: A Novel of Ideas is the riveting story of a schoolteacher caught in the machinations of another.
The three-justice panel denied Josif Jurcoane's claim that the trial court failed to conduct an adequate inquiry into his complaints against his trial attorney, noting the appellant had written a six-page letter airing his grievances, which was considered by the court.
Experienced trial attorney Levine is also a scriptwriter in Hollywood and the tight dialog moves along nicely The Florida atmosphere and authentic characters make this a winner.
in Taxation from New York University, he began his tax career as an attorney-adviser in the IRS Office of the Associate Chief Counsel (International); he later became an IRS trial attorney.
bar and held positions as executive assistant and attorney adviser to two chairmen of the Consumer Product Safety Commission; as an antitrust trial attorney in the Office of the Executive Legal Director at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission; and as a trial attorney in the Bureau of Competition at the Federal Trade Commission.
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.