Law Practice

  • (noun): The practice of law.

Some articles on law practice, law:

Allen Bares - Early Years, Education, Law Practice
... Rouge, from which he procured his bachelor of arts and law degrees, the latter in 1960 ... He practiced law for nearly a half century, most recently with the Oliver and Way firm of Lafayette ...
Darryl Rouson - Activism and Law Practice
... Rouson's activism in the community and his law practice often involve his passions for civil rights and against drug addiction ... Petersburg NAACP, citing the time the unpaid position took from his law practice and family ...
William A. Sutherland - Law
... to the bar in 1898, Sutherland practiced law in San Francisco until 1901, when he moved to Fresno, California and formed a law practice with Frank H ... In 1903, Sutherland became a law partner with Joseph P ... dissolved their partnership in 1904, Sutherland practiced solo until 1906 when he merged his law practice with that of the law practice of future United States Congressman Henry E ...
Caleb Stegall - Law Practice
... In 2008 he represented a church that challenged local regulations on the church's operations as a homeless shelter ... In 2009 he represented a teacher who claimed he had not been rehired because of his conservative political beliefs ...
Law Practice Management - Other Organizations and Consultants
... is another organization that is concerned with law practice management ... A large number of law practice consulting firms also exist ... Many bar associations have a law practice section or division which they allow non-attorney members due to the technical, non-legal basis of law office management ...

Famous quotes containing the words practice and/or law:

    Predatory capitalism created a complex industrial system and an advanced technology; it permitted a considerable extension of democratic practice and fostered certain liberal values, but within limits that are now being pressed and must be overcome. It is not a fit system for the mid- twentieth century.
    Noam Chomsky (b. 1928)

    Who does not know history’s first law to be that an author must not dare to tell anything but the truth? And its second that he must make bold to tell the whole truth? That there must be no suggestion of partiality anywhere in his writings? Nor of malice?
    Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 B.C.)