Attorney at Law

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Attorney at Law

A term for a lawyer in several countries, notably Japan and the United States. In order to practice, attorneys at law generally must have passed an examination measuring their knowledge of the law and also must have obtained a law degree.
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Blomquist, Attorney-at-Law, LLC, a Delaware Limited Liability Company, has offices in Manhattan at 26 Broadway, 27th Floor, New York, New York 10004, and in New Jersey at 203 Devon Road, Cream Ridge, New Jersey 08514.
The slots attribution issue should be governed by domestic law of Ukraine - it's not a matter of international law", says Attorney-at-Law H.
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Prior to her role at the University of Phoenix, Noone spent 10 years as an attorney-at-law in general civil practice in Iowa and Arizona.