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lawyer

1. a member of the legal profession, esp a solicitor
2. a popular name for burbot (a fish)
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In a change from an established Bar policy, sole practitioners can now refer to themselves and their firm as "we," "us," and "our" in ads as long as they have nonlawyer staff.
Will a larger firm be able to provide the personal touch on which the sole practitioner has built the practice?
It is a shame that the Law Society feels the need to use the rhetoric it has when there is a pressing issue here that needs serious attention and focus, which is how to bridge the gap between the insurance market and the Law Society's own compensation fund in respect of sole practitioner fraud.
For a sole practitioner, the attorney-client relationship is like a marriage.
There is little question that the sole practitioner with low overhead can present a more acceptable bill to these clients than can a larger firm.
I don't agree; there will be always a place for the sole practitioner because of the trusting relationship that develops between the practitioner and small business owners, the foundation of the sole practice.
Independent practitioners, PR and creative agencies and corporate PR offices with more projects than staff can all benefit from the Professional Development Seminar for the Sole Practitioner, held after the PRSA luncheon.
Solner, 55, has been a sole practitioner since 1988.
Kowaloff, a sole practitioner and a counsel to the Building Industry Association of New York City, said Staten Island secession may cause a problem for a small real estate developer.
The rater can cater for any professional ranging from graduate, sole practitioner or small firm, to a global practice.