Definition of trial lawyer in English:

trial lawyer

Syllabification: tri·al law·yer

noun

North American
A lawyer who practices in a trial court.
More example sentences
  • It also puts the trial lawyer who would represent her for a contingency fee in a worse position, as well.
  • Every trial lawyer understands the strategy: Try at all costs to keep dangerous evidence out of hostile hands.
  • Thus, for a trial lawyer to switch jobs and become a federal district judge necessitates, on average, a pay cut of over $100,000.

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