What is the difference between a lawyer and a attorney at law?
This is not a joke. I need to know for a business law class for extra credit.
Asked By: m_reneedavis - 2/19/2007
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A lawyer, or legal practitioner, is a person certified to give legal advice who advises clients in legal matters. Some lawyers represent clients in courts of law and in other forms of dispute resolution... More
Answered By: p!s_cEs - 2/19/2007
Additional Answers (8)
Answered By: i_love_my_mp - 2/19/2007
Absolutely nothing. Unless a lawyer hasn't passed the bar yet and an atty at law has. ???
Answered By: dtwladyhawk - 2/19/2007
About $50.00 an hour. Other than that, nothing. It's just a different title.
Answered By: The Avatar - 2/19/2007
One will s*******u himself and the other will have someone else s*******u.
Answered By: b - 2/19/2007
they all come under the same umbrella. The 'titles' are no more thatn alternates.
Answered By: rare2findd - 2/19/2007
Nothing. Different terms for the same thing.
Answered By: Wolf - 2/19/2007
Same thing. Kinda like a surgeon and a doctor or a female and a woman etc.
Answered By: Law Student - 2/19/2007
I know a lot of attorneys and not one of them could answer this question.
Answered By: king_arthur_t - 2/22/2007
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