Definition of litigator in US English:

litigator

noun

  • See litigate

    • ‘In these battles where the government is on their side, public interest litigators for right-leaning organizations are hardly standing alone with a slingshot.’
    • ‘They are for the external direction of litigants and litigators.’
    • ‘He is 45 and makes his living as a corporate litigator handling contracts and corporate shareholder disputes.’
    • ‘But for ten years she was a litigator, acting mostly for defendants.’
    • ‘Good faith efforts aren't what litigators fight for: They want court orders that mandate concrete results.’

Pronunciation

litigator

/-ˌɡātər/