It’s often easy to miss the simple irregularities of our professions. Global Justice student worker Bethany asked me one this morning: Why do lawyers use the expression “attorney at law“?
“Why don’t lawyers just say: ‘attorney’?” she continued. “Are there other kinds of lawyers?”
Hmm… good point. I didn’t know where the expression came from. As a matter of fact, I’d never thought about it. Continue Reading →