Definition of "co-counsel"
  1. A lawyer who aids or shares the job of speaking for a client in court
How to use "co-counsel" in a sentence
  1. The lead attorney decided to bring on a co-counsel for the complex litigation.
  2. Co-counsel was appointed to share the high volume of work in the case.
  3. The two lawyers served as co-counsel, dividing the responsibilities equally.

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