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law clerk

noun
1.
an attorney, usually a recent law-school graduate, working as an assistant to a judge or being trained by another attorney.
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  • As he spoke he approached the door, and as I followed him the law clerk stopped me by a touch on the shoulder.

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  • With that we parted, the law clerk thanking me warmly and giving me his hand.

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  • The London law clerk looked disdainfully at the company, and then made a hasty exit.

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  • Then, with an affable smile, the law clerk offered me his hand.

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  • The law clerk pointed with trembling hand, and the veins stood out on his forehead like whipcords.

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  • “But he may not have remained in the wilderness,” cried the law clerk.

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  • He could look as soulful as a law clerk summing up to a jury of one with his arm around it.

  • “You are right, sir; the trunk did not come from England,” said the law clerk.

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