noun, plural at·tor·neys-at-law. Law.
Origin of attorney-at-law
Examples from the Web for attorney-at-law
She served as a social worker, lecturer and educator before becoming an Attorney-at-Law.
Gilbert Warren, attorney-at-law, was seated in his office looking out upon the main street of Gydisdorp.A Secret of the Lebombo|Bertram Mitford
A big brass plate on the outer door displayed his name: “Mr. Dene, Attorney-at-law.”Johnny Ludlow, Fifth Series|Mrs. Henry Wood
Fyler Dibblee was an attorney-at-law and agent for settlement of the Loyalists.Glimpses of the Past|W. O. Raymond