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  • 1legal profession — Introduction       vocation that is based on expertise in the law and in its applications. Although there are other ways of defining the profession, this simple definition may be best, despite the fact that in some countries there are several… …

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  • 2Legal personality — (also artificial personality, juridical personality, and juristic personality) is the characteristic of a non human entity regarded by law to have the status of a person. A legal person (Latin: persona ficta), (also artificial person, juridical… …

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  • 3Legal FACS — is a New Mexico based legal services non profit organization which provides free and low cost legal services to low income persons with civil legal problems. The organization provides volunteer attorneys for #REDIRECT pro se cases, direct… …

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  • 4Organization for Transformative Works — Abbreviation OTW Motto run by and for fans to provide access to and preserve the history of fanworks and fan cultures [1] Formation May 17, 2007 ( …

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  • 5Legal Aid Ontario — (LAO) Agency overview Formed 1998 Preceding agency Ontario Legal Aid Plan (OLAP) Jurisdiction On …

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  • 6Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists — Організація Українських Націоналістів Emblem of OUN M …

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  • 7organization — or·ga·ni·za·tion n: a body (as a corporation or union) that has a membership acting or united for a common purpose or·ga·ni·za·tion·al adj Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. organization …

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  • 8Legal aspects of transsexualism in the United States — Legal aspects of transsexualism in the United States. Contents 1 Birth certificates and marriage 1.1 Laws 1.2 Court cases 2 Passports …

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  • 9legal services — UK US noun [plural] LAW, COMMERCE ► work done by a lawyer for a client: provide/offer legal services »Families of many of the victims were sent to attorneys offering free legal services. director/head of legal services »She works as head of legal …

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  • 10legal aid society — n: an organization providing government funded legal aid to the poor Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. legal aid society …

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  • 11Legal informatics — is an area within information science. One of the best definitions of legal informatics comes from Erdelez and O’Hare (1997)::The American Library Association defines informatics as “the study of the structure and properties of information, as… …

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  • 12Legal writing — is a type of technical writing used by legislators, lawyers, judges, and others in law to express legal analysis and legal rights and duties. Its distinguishing features include reliance on and citation to authority, importance of precedent,… …

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  • 13Legal history — or the history of law is the study of how law has evolved and why it changed. Legal history is closely connected to the development of civilizations and is set in the wider context of social history. Among certain jurists and historians of legal… …

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  • 14Legal deposit — is a legal requirement that a person or group submit copies of their publications to a repository, usually a library. The requirement is mostly limited to books and periodicals. The number of copies varies and can range from one to 19 (in Poland) …

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  • 15legal aid — n: aid provided by an organization established to serve the legal needs of the poor Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. legal aid n …

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  • 16LEGAL PERSON — LEGAL PERSON, a body of men or of property which the law, in imitation of the personality of human beings, treats artificially as subject of rights and duties independent of its component parts. The classic example of a legal person is the  … …

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  • 17Legal Information Institute — (LII) The home page of LII on 03/03/2010 URL law.cornell.edu Slogan Providing free online ac …

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  • 18legal hold — USA litigation hold, Also known as a legal hold, document hold, hold order or preservation order. An organization s order to preserve any data, records (electronic and paper) and materials that may be relevant to current or contemplated… …

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  • 19legal culture — consists of values and norms concerning the content and operation of law. Reflecting as it does embedded values about socio economic and political relationships, legal culture constitutes the cognitive environment for legal behaviour. Chinese… …

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  • 20Legal Momentum — Legal Momentum, formerly known as NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund, is the oldest legal advocacy group for women in the United States. Founded in 1970, Legal Momentum is a liberal[1] multi issue organization dedicated to advancing women’s… …

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