lawyering


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law·yer·ing

 (loi′yər-ĭng)
n.
The profession or work of practicing law.

lawyering

(ˈlɔːjərɪŋ)
n
the act of practising law

law•yer•ing

(ˈlɔ yər ɪŋ, ˈlɔɪ ər-)

n.
the practice of law.
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'Labelling, discrediting, threatening, and attacking lawyers are against the basic principles of lawyering, the State's duty to protect them and the delivery of justice,' the lawyers added.
Collaboration and a broad skill-set are critical next steps in movement lawyering. In this new phase of movements, activists are looking for answers about what baggage keeps movements from confronting oppressive forces.
What Cavanaugh com plains of is the consequence not of bad jurors but of bad lawyering.
Something to Believe In: Politics, Professionalism and Cause Lawyering
To this university, turning out attorneys is meaningless unless they have been exposed to the ideal of restorative justice and the practice of lawyering for clients the bar usually ignores.