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Lawyers in United States by Practice

AccidentsAdministrative LawAdoption LawAlimony
Alternative Dispute ResolutionAppellate PracticeArbitrationAutomobile Accidents
Automobile Accidents and InjuriesBanking LawBankruptcyBrain Injury
Business FormationBusiness LawBusiness LitigationBusiness Planning
Business TransactionsCatastrophic InjuryChild CustodyChild Support
Civil LitigationCivil PracticeCivil RightsClass Actions
CollectionsCommercial LawCommercial LitigationCommercial Real Estate
Commercial TransactionsComplex LitigationConstruction LawConstruction Litigation
ContractsCorporateCorporate LawCreditors Rights
Criminal DefenseCriminal LawDivorceDog Bites
Domestic RelationsDomestic ViolenceDriving While IntoxicatedDrug Crimes
DUI/DWIElder LawEmployment LawEmployment Litigation
Environmental LawEstate AdministrationEstate PlanningFamily Law
FeloniesForeclosuresGeneral PracticeGuardianship
Head InjuryHealth CareInsuranceInsurance Bad Faith
Insurance CoverageInsurance DefenseInsurance LawInsurance Litigation
Intellectual PropertyIntellectual Property LitigationLabor and EmploymentLand Use
LitigationMatrimonial LawMediationMedical Malpractice
Mergers and AcquisitionsMisdemeanorsMotor Vehicle Accidents and InjuriesMotorcycle Accidents
Municipal LawNegligencePaternityPersonal Injury
Personal Injury LawPlaintiffs Personal InjuryPremarital AgreementsPremises Liability
ProbateProduct LiabilityProducts LiabilityProfessional Liability
Real EstateReal Estate LawReal Estate LitigationSecurities
Slip and FallSpousal SupportTaxationTheft
Toxic TortsTrademarksTraffic ViolationsTrial Practice
TrustsTrusts and EstatesVisitation RightsWills
Workers CompensationWrongful Death

Note: Lawyers in the United States are required to be licensed to practice law in specific states, for example, California or New Jersey. Most lawyers are licensed to practice law in one or two state. Very few of them are licensed to practice in all states. It is very importnat that the lawyers you contact are members of American Bar Association (ABA) and licensed to practice law in your state. You can find an attorney's licensing information by contacting licensing authority or state bar association.

The above table lists more than 100 major areas of legal practice and important legal subject-matters, sorted by name. Please click the practices to browse lawyers by state or search lawyers by location or practice..

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