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Pronunciation: [pɹˈaktɪs ɒv lˈɔː] (IPA)

The practice of law encompasses a wide array of activities, including but not limited to, legal work, the administration of justice, and the provision of legal advice. Some synonyms for the practice of law include legal practice, judicial practice, advocacy, and litigation. Legal practice refers to the activities undertaken by legal professionals such as lawyers, judges, and paralegals. Advocacy, on the other hand, refers to the act of supporting or promoting a particular legal position or cause. Litigation, by contrast, refers to the process of resolving disputes through the court system, often involving the representation of clients by lawyers. Regardless of the synonym used, the practice of law is an essential component of any society that values justice and the rule of law.

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Famous quotes with Practice of law

  • My wife - to-be and I went to see my father. Only he could answer the two questions before us: Shall we get married now? Shall I begin the practice of law, or continue being the successful wine salesman I had become, working my way through law school?
    Emanuel Celler
  • I retire to make way for an abler man. In my four years as attorney general I have aged about ten years, but when I have get back to the practice of law, I hope to show those lawyers that I still have some vitality left.
    Alexander Henry
  • I'm glad I made the decision, although the practice of law - and particularly serving as a federal judge - was a part of my life that I really enjoyed and treasured and look back on it with fondness.
    George J. Mitchell
  • For twelve months now, since I first began the practice of law, since I became an attorney, a man who speak for others, a counselor at law who has the power to address the court, that’s right, a big man, a mature person who helps others in distress—for approximately 365 days time has been nothing but a never-ending experience that meets me in the morning just like it left me off the night before. No longer am I the clear-headed mathematician of my college years. I used to have the answers; and if I didn’t, I could always turn to the back of the book or ask Professor Blackburn at Wednesday morning’s advanced algebra class. For a year now, my only conscious concern has been the pain in my stomach, the arguments of Dr. Serbin, and the schedules of the television shows. I know them all by heart. I can quote every single fucking show on Channels 2, 4, 5, 7, and, you won’t believe it, even on the educational station, Channel 9. I am the world’s only living T.V. Guide, that’s really what I am. And they want me to counsel them!
    Oscar Zeta Acosta
  • Even Voltaire's father could not make a lawyer out of a genius. To be a good lawyer, one must have a mind and a disposition to venerate the past; a respect for precedents; a belief in the wisdom and the sanctity of the dead. Voltaire had genius, imagination, feeling, and poetry, and these gifts always have been, and always will be, incompatible with the practice of law.
    Clarence Darrow

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