Why Attorneys Are Not Lawyers And Lawyers Are Owned by the Crown of England

To add to this; members of BAR associations and law societies are attorneys-AT-law; while at common-law are attorneys-in-fact; in peace

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Why Attorneys Are Not Lawyers And Lawyers Are Owned by the Crown of England

In the U.S., they’re collectively called everything from “attorney” to “lawyer” to “counselor.” Are these terms truly equivalent, or has the identity of one been mistaken for another?

What exactly is a “Licensed BAR Attorney?” A credential accompanies every legal paper produced by attorneys – along with a State BAR Certification number. The credential is issued by the boards of law examiners, the applicant having acquired a minimum competency in law. In most cases, the board is an independent, self-financing, separately incorporated group of law professionals, administered by the state bar association, a branch of the American Bar Association, functioning in an advisory capacity to the supreme court of each of the states. Simply stated, they are an advisory board of recommendation to the court. The accreditation number is issued by the state bar association, a professional…

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