Solicitor-general

So·lic'it·or-gen'er·al noun The second law officer in the government of Great Britain; also, a similar officer under the United States government, who is associated with the attorney-general; also, the chief law officer of some of the States.
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Solicitor-general

• (n.) The second law officer in the government of Great Britain; also, a similar officer under the United States government, who is associated with the attorney-general; also, the chief law officer of some of the States.
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Solicitor-General

[Fiji] The Solicitor-General of Fiji is the Chief Executive Officer of the Attorney-General`s Chambers, and as such assists the Attorney-General in advising the government on legal matters, and in performing legal work for the government. The previous Solicitor-General was Christopher Pryde, who took office in July 2007 until he was appoint...
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