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solicitor general

noun

Simple Definition of solicitor general

  • : a law officer who assists an attorney general and is just below the attorney general in rank

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of solicitor general

plural

solicitors general

  1. :  a law officer appointed primarily to assist an attorney general

1647

First Known Use of solicitor general

1647


Law Dictionary

solicitor general

noun

Legal Definition of solicitor general

plural

solicitors general

  1. :  a law officer appointed primarily to assist an attorney general; also :  a federal law officer responsible for representing the government in court and especially the U.S. Supreme Court




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