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But McCrum withdrew his name in 2010, as the prolonged nomination process stalled his law practice.

Meanwhile, Lincoln recovered, continued his law practice, and served out his last term in the Illinois legislature.

My journey began in 1995 when I left my emerging New York law practice to become an assistant in the entertainment industry.

He had a successful law practice in Tucson, his kids were in school, and he had a swimming pool, he told Minow.

After graduating from Leeds, Warsi set up her own law practice in Dewsbury before venturing into politics.

Lincoln's law practice was far from lucrative, and he was compelled to live in the strictest economy.

The year 1840 brought hard times: the business venture paid little or no return; law practice was not much more remunerative.

His own law practice so far had yielded scant returns, and what to do and where to turn was a puzzle.

If that is your idea of law practice you had better go back to Sandgate and hoe corn for a living.

That leisurely style of farming, which would permit him to 58 keep an eye on his dwindling law practice, attracted him.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to law practice, such as: courtroom, attorneys, barristers, bench, counsel, and counselors.

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