Definition of student-at-law in English:


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  • A law student who is undergoing training with a firm.
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    • In total, two lawyers, a student-at-law and two law clerks became involved in this file on behalf of the plaintiffs.
    • The claim for the student-at-law is $50 per hour, an appropriate rate.
    • I once was a lowly clerk / student-at-law assisting a solicitor assisting a barrister at a community legal centre.

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