It has been suggested that the courts, and not the litigants, should employ the geologists.
He can never be consulted nor retained by the litigants themselves.
For such acts of honesty he was much respected by the litigants.
He put on his spectacles and peered over them at the litigants.
The canoness and the Bernardine nun step into the enclosure reserved for the litigants.
The 'acquiescence,' we may add, seems only to have accrued by the death of the litigants.
In this house sits the king in judgment, beckoning the litigants forward.
Certain actions, each with a name of its own, are open to litigants.
Some of its customers were among the litigants, as was later discovered.
The lawyer phrased the laws and he expounded them for the benefit of litigants.