of counsel

Definition of "of counsel"
  1. A lawyer associated with a firm but not as a partner or associate, often used for semi-retired partners or those who consult on specific issues
How to use "of counsel" in a sentence
  1. After retirement, he served as of counsel for the law firm, offering his expert advice.
  2. She was not a full-time employee but worked as of counsel, providing legal consultation on certain cases.
  3. As of counsel for the law firm, he brought his expertise to a select number of clients.

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