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Definitions

  1. To practice law, the regulating body must certify the practitioner.

Findlaw

  1. FindLaw provides the resources to help you practice law. (Web site)

Delaware Supreme Court

  1. The Delaware Supreme Court has disbarred Thomas Capano, making the once-powerful attorney ineligible to practice law.

Courts

  1. The Jews of Venice, Italy were forbidden the right to practice law or to act as advocates in the Courts of Venice on the 20th of Iyar of 1637. (Web site)

India

  1. Back in India, Nehru began to practice law with his father. (Web site)

York

  1. Licensed to practice law in New York and California, Bloom is the daughter of lawyer Gloria Allred.
  2. As one of the first lawyers in the world to specialize in Internet legal issues, Parry Aftab is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey.

Order

  1. Bar Examination - A state examination taken by prospective lawyers in order to be admitted and licensed to practice law.

Courtroom

  1. Clara Foltz, the first woman to practice law in California, argues passionately to an all-male jury, defending her place in the courtroom.

Partner

  1. Birch Bayh continues to practice law in Washington as a partner with the firm Venable, Baetjer, Howard, and Civiletti.

Firm

  1. He returned to Georgia in 1972 to practice law in Columbus, and was a partner in the firm of Bishop and Buckner. (Web site)
  2. This firm is licensed to practice law only in the States of Washington and California, but is affiliated with licensed attorneys in other states.

Boers

  1. During the Boer War he went to Europe to solicit support for the Boers, returning in 1903 to practice law in the newly-formed Orange River Colony.

License

  1. In 1996, Matthew F. Hale, who was denied a license to practice law in Illinois, was appointed the leader of the Church of the Creator. (Web site)
  2. Whether or not he remains in politics, the 48-year-old Mr. Spitzer likely would lose his license to practice law if convicted of a felony.

First Lady

  1. Clinton continued to practice law with the Rose Law Firm while she was First Lady of Arkansas. (Web site)

Law Degree

  1. After obtaining his law degree, Brad Henry returned to Shawnee to practice law with his father, Charles, and to start a family.

Law Firms

  1. Such jurists can practice law as employees hired by law firms or legal departments of other business entities. (Web site)

Law Firm

  1. Crosbie continues to practice law with the law firm of Cox & Palmer in St. John's.

Harvard Law School

  1. He was educated at Upper Canada College and Harvard Law School but returned to Nova Scotia to practice law, being called to the bar in 1885. (Web site)
  2. He decided at last to practice law, and after a course at the Harvard law school, was admitted to the bar. (Web site)

Ohio

  1. He was admitted to practice law in Ghana and the State of Ohio. (Web site)
  2. I'm an experienced personal injury trial lawyer located in Parkersburg, West Virginia who is licensed to practice law in West Virginia and Ohio. (Web site)

Vallandigham

  1. Shortly after moving to Dayton, Ohio to practice law, Vallandigham entered politics.

President Clinton

  1. Freedman also offered a glimpse at the eventual Act III, the aftermath of all this, and why President Clinton should never be able to practice law again.

Solicitor

  1. Oliver is a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria, and also admitted to practice Law in New York State. (Web site)

Law

  1. Many persons who attend law school never practice law but use their knowledge of law in another profession.
  2. A justice must be licensed to practice law in Alaska at the time of appointment and must have engaged in the active practice of law for eight years. (Web site)

Attorneys

  1. Attorneys, by virtue of their license to practice law can provide the legal services necessary to examine title and close transactions.

Lawyers

  1. The justices, as with all judges in the state, must be lawyers, although they cannot practice law while serving on the court.
  2. Conference members must be lawyers, qualified to practice law.

Lawyer

  1. Disbarment - Form of discipline of a lawyer resulting in the loss (often permanently) of that lawyer’s right to practice law.
  2. In the United States, admission to the bar is permission granted by a particular court system to a lawyer to practice law in that system.

Attorney

  1. Admission to the bar of a circuit court is granted as a matter of course to any attorney who is admitted to practice law in any state of the United States. (Web site)
  2. This will give you the license to practice law and make you a patent attorney.

Legal Advice

  1. Your escrow officer is not an attorney and cannot practice law; you should consult your lawyer for legal advice.

Person

  1. No person shall be appointed Clerk of Court or Division Clerk of Court unless he is duly authorized to practice law in the Philippines. (Web site)

Licensed

  1. Today, about 38,000 people are on the list of registered patent attorneys and agents, with slightly less than 29,000 of them also licensed to practice law. (Web site)
  2. Such an agent does not have to be licensed to practice law and may not need to have any license at all. (Web site)
  3. The attorney members of the firm are licensed to practice law in the state of California, and otherwise as noted. (Web site)

State Bar

  1. All attorneys, including prosecutors, must be a member of the State Bar in order to practice law in Michigan.
  2. Admission: To practice law in the United States, every lawyer must be admitted to a state bar.

Bar Exam

  1. A patent attorney is an attorney that is licensed to practice law in their state AND has also qualified and pass the federal Patent Bar Exam.
  2. Attorneys are certified to practice law; therefore, you will have to clear the bar exam to become a patent attorney.

Practice Law

  1. Admission to the bar is the term commonly used in the United States to indicate that a person is licensed to practice law as an attorney at law.
  2. A lawyer, according to Black's Law Dictionary, is "a person learned in the law; as an attorney, counsel or solicitor; a person licensed to practice law.
  3. Patent attorneys, however, have also passed a state bar exam and are licensed to practice law and render legal advice. (Web site)

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