Is attorney a british word?

Anyone who likes police or legal fiction will probably have noticed that the United Kingdom uses the term lawyer while the United States, S. However, there is one case where the United Kingdom uses the term lawyer and that is with respect to patents. The word lawyer comes from French and means “appointed or constituted person”, and the original meaning of the word is that of a person acting on behalf of another as an agent or delegate. In other words, someone who is a lawyer but is not a lawyer cannot participate in legal proceedings in the courtroom.

These example sentences are automatically selected from various online news sources to reflect the current use of the word “lawyer”. Both a lawyer and a lawyer can provide legal advice, but only a person who has passed the bar exam (a lawyer) can represent a client in court.

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