attorney of record

Definition of "attorney of record"
  1. A lawyer who has officially appeared in court or signed documents for a client and remains associated with the case until it's closed or the lawyer is dismissed or permitted by the court to withdraw
How to use "attorney of record" in a sentence
  1. The attorney of record must be present during the court proceedings.
  2. Upon completion of all formalities, she became the attorney of record for the case.
  3. He was unable to withdraw from the case as he was the attorney of record.

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