litigator

[lit-i-gey-ter]
noun
1.
a courtroom lawyer.
2.
1. attorney, counsel, counselor, lawyer, litigator ; 2. litigant, litigator.
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litigate (ˈlɪtɪˌɡeɪt)
 
vb
1.  to bring or contest (a claim, action, etc) in a lawsuit
2.  (intr) to engage in legal proceedings
 
[C17: from Latin lītigāre, from līt-, stem of līs lawsuit + agere to carry on]
 
'litigator
 
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litigator
agent noun from L. litigare (see litigation).
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Example sentences
Soon after, he joined his father's firm as a civil and criminal litigator.
Cuevas is experienced as a litigator and as a transactional lawyer.
He also practiced law as a litigator in private practice for several years.
Appellant further agreed to be determined a vexatious litigator.
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