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A lawyer who is qualified to represent a client in court.
- ‘An attorney-at-law shall defend the interest of his client without fear of judicial disfavour or public unpopularity.’
- ‘An attorney-at-law appearing before the court shall at all times be attired in such a manner as prescribed or agreed by the proper authorities.’
- ‘I'll consult my attorney-at-law immediately.’
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