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at·tor·ney

 (ə-tûr′nē)
n. pl. at·tor·neys Abbr. Att. or Atty.
A person who is legally qualified and licensed to represent a person in a legal matter, such as a transaction or lawsuit.

[Middle English attourney, from Old French atorne, from past participle of atorner, to appoint; see attorn.]

at·tor′ney·ship′ n.
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Noun1.attorneyship - the position of attorneyattorneyship - the position of attorney    
berth, billet, post, situation, position, office, place, spot - a job in an organization; "he occupied a post in the treasury"
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In a speech he gave in Kayseri in January 2011 Erdogan blamed Kemal Kilicdaroglu, RPP's leader, of advocacy on behalf of Israel asking if "he had received the attorneyship of Israel".
The Court of Appeal rejected John R Monteith's bid to overturn an order for the Law Society to pay money it had held as part of its attorneyship over his affairs.
I would like to know if the judge is authorised to do that though I, my friend, and witnesses were all present, and are all fully aware of the consequences of such attorneyship. How can I object to that proxy?