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counseling

A relatively new career within the real estate industry that involves providing independent and unbiased advice on a variety of real estate-related issues. Membership in the Counselors of Real Estate (www.cre.org) is by invitation only. Another trade organization is the National Association of Counselors (http://nac.lincoln-grad.org/).

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Yes,' and forgot the fox's counsel, and sat down on the side of the river; and while he suspected nothing, they came behind, and threw him down the bank, and took the princess, the horse, and the bird, and went home to the king their master, and said.
Trickster," she cried, "which of the gods have you been taking into your counsels now?
Juno," replied the sire of gods and men, "you must not expect to be informed of all my counsels.
If such ill counsels are to prevail, we shall have no pleasure at our banquet.
We believe that the diversity and professional training of our members enable us to bring a balanced and practical perspective to the issues raised by the Chief Counsel notice.
Corporate counsel represents the corporation, not you, the individual.
In the eighteenth century, and indeed, for all of the period under consideration in May's book, the overwhelming majority of felony trials at the Old Bailey took place without legal counsel engaged on either side.
He was appointed assistant general counsel in 1982, and associate general counsel responsible for the Litigation and Enforcement section in 1985.
In many cases, defense counsel was developing and carrying out the defense, evaluating the claim and/or negotiating settlement.
This article examines both the Fifth and Sixth Amendment rights to counsel and the underlying principles that support these rights.
The same could be said of Gray and the estimated 75,000 lawyers who have chosen to develop careers on the corporate counsel track rather than in government investment banking or private law firms.