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(in Scotland) a solicitor.
lawyer, legal representative, legal practitioner, legal executive, notary, notary public, advocate, attorneyView synonyms
- ‘The privilege of a law agent depends upon his acting strictly on the instructions, and as the mouthpiece, of his client.’
- ‘He left the meeting at this point with his law agent and a senior official.’
- ‘‘The county manager has the law agent to advise him, but councillors should have their own advice,’ he said.’
- ‘The details are then passed over to a law agent or legal representative or in some instances to the local Gardai.’
- ‘‘What was the cost of the consultants, law agents, outside legal teams and the council meetings that took place day and night? ‘he questioned.’
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