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With "up", to acquire the services of a lawyer
By extension, a legal layman who argues points of law
To make legalistic arguments
With "up", to exercise the right to ask for the presence of one's attorney
A professional person qualified (as by a law degree and/or bar exam) and authorized to practice law, i.e. conduct lawsuits and/or give legal advice
To perform, or attempt to perform, the work of a lawyer
To practice law
{n} one who practices law, a pleader
The bowfin (Amia calva)
An individual enrolled a an active member of The Law Society of Alberta or a professional corporation under Part 8 of The Legal Profession Act
Attorneys, also known as lawyers, assist you to deal with Claimants and their attorneys, take your case to hearing, and otherwise help you to understand the workers' compensation system Attorneys are regulated by state law (See Sections 8-42-124(2)(b), 8-43-403, C R S )
{i} one who represents people in a court of law or advises them on legal matters, barrister, attorney
A person who holds a legal qualification and is approved by the Supreme Court as being entitled to practice as either a solicitor or a barrister •Counselling & Mediation
general term for any person who is professionally qualified to practise law
It is a general term, comprehending attorneys, counselors, solicitors, barristers, sergeants, and advocates
The black-necked stilt
A person qualified to represent clients in a court of law and to advise them on legal matters (see Attorney, Counsel)
People who go in after the auditors and strip the bodies
The burbot (Lota maculosa)
By extension, a person who argues points of law
one who knows and practices the law
A professional person authorized to practice law, conduct lawsuits or give legal advice
a professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice
A person who is legally qualified to practise law
A lawyer is a person who is qualified to advise people about the law and represent them in court. Prosecution and defense lawyers are expected to deliver closing arguments next week. someone whose job is to advise people about laws, write formal agreements, or represent people in court lawyer, attorney, solicitor, barrister, counsel Lawyer is a general word for someone who has professional training in legal work or who is an expert in the law. In American English, the word attorney is often used instead, especially in legal or official language and especially to refer to a lawyer who represents people in court. In British English, there is a difference between a solicitor , who gives legal advice and prepares legal documents, and a barrister , who represents people in court. In both American and British English, someone's counsel is the lawyer or group of lawyers who represent them in court. (law + -yer (from -IER1)). or attorney Person trained and licensed to prepare, manage, and either prosecute or defend a court action as an agent for another and who also gives advice on legal matters that may or may not require court action. Legal practice varies from country to country. In Britain, for example, lawyers are divided into barristers and solicitors. In the U.S. attorneys often specialize in limited areas of the law (e.g., criminal law, divorce, or probate). In France the most important type of legal professional is the avocat, roughly comparable to the English barrister. In Germany the chief distinction is between lawyers and notaries
A person that has been trained in the law and that has been certified to give legal advice or to represent others in litigation Also known as a "barrister & solictor" or an attorney
One versed in the laws, or a practitioner of law; one whose profession is to conduct lawsuits for clients, or to advise as to prosecution or defence of lawsuits, or as to legal rights and obligations in other matters
A person who practices law; one who conducts lawsuits for clients (also known as a barrister in England) or who advises clients as to their legal rights and obligations in other matters (also known as a solicitor in England)
{i} attorney

He trusted his defense attorney. - He trusted his defence lawyer.

{i} atty
lawyer up
To exercise one's right to legal representation, especially on the occasion of refusing to answer law-enforcement officials' questions without the presence of such legal representation

By the time patrol cars got to the friend's house, so had her lawyer. With her attorney running blocker, police could not even ascertain if Grubman had been driving the car, says Suffolk County district attorney James Catterson. She was lawyered up, as we like to say..

lawyer's wig
An edible mushroom (Coprinus comatus)

In Britain, Coprinus comatus is dubbed the Lawyer's Wig..

lawyer cane
tall scrambling spiny palm of northeastern Queensland, Australia
lawyer's fee
price paid for the services of a lawyer, charge for legal services by a lawyer
lawyer-client relation
the responsibility of a lawyer to act in the best interests of the client
I need a lawyer
Indicates that the speaker needs a lawyer
Penang lawyer
A kind of walking stick made from the stem of an East Asiatic palm (Licuala acutifida)
Philadelphia lawyer
A clever, crafty, or otherwise extremely adroit practitioner of law
Characteristic of, or suitable to, a lawyer

She rewrote the letter to make it sound more lawyerly.

rules lawyer
Someone who attempts to use knowledge of the arcane and technical rules governing a situation in a manner contrary to their intent to gain advantage
A lawyer
A lawyer
A lawyer
I am not a lawyer
I am not certified to provide legal advice or representation
Philadelphia lawyer
A shrewd attorney adept at the discovery and manipulation of legal technicalities
a lawyer
defense lawyer
{i} defense attorney, defendant's lawyer (Law)
divorce lawyer
a lawyer specializing in actions for divorce or annulment
jailhouse lawyer
A prison inmate who is usually self-taught in the law and offers legal consultation within a prison or corrections system
{s} like a lawyer
Like, or becoming, a lawyer; as, lawyerlike sagacity
plural of lawyer
sea lawyer
The gray snapper
sea lawyer
See under Snapper
sea lawyer
an argumentative and contentious seaman
sea lawyer
polemic sailor; sailor who tends to question or complain about orders given (Slang); prisoner who has become an expert in law and helps other inmates write petitions and pleas (Slang); gray snapper fish