Senior Counsel means a barrister in active practice who is entitled to use the post-nominals QC or SC in any one or more superior court in the Commonwealth of Australia or the Dominion of New Zealand.
Senior Counsel means a legal practitioner appointed by the President as a Senior Counsel of Namibia in terms of section 79(3) of the Legal Practitioners Act, 1995 (Act No. 15 of 1995).
Senior Counsel means a Senior Counsel to be mutually agreed upon by Keystone and the Insured or, in the absence of agreement, to be appointed by the current President of the Law Society in the Australian State or Territory in which this Policy is issued.
Examples of Senior Counsel in a sentence
Ryan Leshaw, Chief Legal of the Funds, Executive Vice President, Senior Counsel of PIMCO 5.
Wu-Kwan Kit, Vice President, Senior Counsel and Secretary of the Funds, Senior Vice President, Counsel of PIMCO 6.
Ryan Leshaw, Assistant Secretary of the Funds, Senior Vice President, Senior Counsel of PIMCO 6.
The Senior Counsel will make a determination as an expert based on the relative legal and financial exposures attributable to covered and uncovered matters and/or parties.
Very truly yours, /s/ Seth Diehl Seth Diehl Senior Counsel, Corporate & Securities Arthur J.
More Definitions of Senior Counsel
Senior Counsel means a barrister in active practice who is entitled to use the post nominals Q.C. or S.C. in any one or more superior court in Australia orNew Zealand.
Senior Counsel means a senior lawyer to be mutually agreed between Lumley and the Insured. In the absence of such agreement, the Senior Counsel shall be selected by the President of the New Zealand Bar Association from a list of three nominations from each of Lumley and the Insured.
Senior Counsel means the most senior counsel retained by the Lawyers in respect of the Claims (or an Action, if then on foot). If no senior counsel has been retained, the senior counsel must be a barrister selected by agreement of the Funder and the Representative or, in the absence of such agreement, an individual selected by the President of the Law Society of the State at the instigation of the Lawyers.