legislative counsel

Definition of "legislative counsel"
  1. An attorney or team of attorneys who support legislators in the process of creating legislation, including tasks like organizing hearings and crafting bills
How to use "legislative counsel" in a sentence
  1. The legislative counsel played a crucial role in drafting the new healthcare policy.
  2. To ensure the bill's legality and thoroughness, the representatives consulted the legislative counsel.
  3. The legislative counsel is currently conducting a comprehensive review of the proposed legislation.

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