What is an attorney at law?

Answer An attorney at law is an individual who passed the bar examination and is admitted to practice by the highest court in a particular state. Once an attorney is licensed by a state she is able to see... Read More »

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Real Estate Attorney Vs. a Trial Attorney?

Real estate attorneys and trial attorneys are subject to roughly the same certification process across the United States, including graduation from law school and passage of a state bar exam. Howev... Read More »

What Is Attorney PC?

In some states, it isn't uncommon to see the name of a law firm or attorney's office with the letters "PC" after it. PC stands for "professional corporation." Like limited liability companies, corp... Read More »

What is a pro bono attorney?

When a lawyer provides free legal work and advice to people who cannot afford to pay her, she is donating her service pro bono. The Latin term pro bono publico has been condensed to pro bono. The e... Read More »

What is a copyright attorney?

A copyright attorney is an attorney who specializes in copyright law. A copyright attorney can also be (and is more commonly) called an intellectual property attorney, although an intellectual prop... Read More »