counseled, past participle; counselling, present participle; counsels, 3rd person singular present; counseling, present participle; counseled, past tense; counselled, past participle; counselled, past tense;
Give advice to (someone)
he was counseled by his supporters to return to Germany
Give professional psychological help and advice to (someone)
he was being counseled for depression
Recommend (a course of action)
the athlete's coach counseled caution
guidance: something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action
(counsel) advocate: a lawyer who pleads cases in court
(counsel) rede: give advice to; "The teacher counsels troubled students"; "The lawyer counselled me when I was accused of tax fraud"
(counsellor) counselor: someone who has supervisory duties at a summer camp
This is a list of counseling topics.
A counsel or a counselor gives advice, more particularly in legal matters.
(Counsel (journal)) Counsel is the monthly Journal of the Bar of England and Wales. As the Bar Council's own magazine, it is largely written by and for barristers but it is of interest to all lawyers.
(The Counsellor) De optimo senatore (also The Counsellor and The Accomplished Senator) was a book by Wawrzyniec Grzymała Goślicki published in Venice in 1568, republished in Basel (1593), and then translated into English and published in 1598 and in 1607.
Alternative spelling of counseling
(counsel) The exchange of opinions and advice; consultation; Advice or guidance so given; A lawyer, as in Queen's Counsel (QC); To give advice, especially professional advice; To recommend
(Counsel) give advice and guidance to another.
(counsel) One or more lawyers that represent a client. Also, legal advice. (See attorney, lawyer.)
(Counsel (עצה eytsah, Strong's #6098)) The word eytsah, meaning counsel, is the feminine form of the masculine word eyts ^[str:6086] meaning a tree. Counsel is the giving of advice, encouragement or guidance. ...
(counsel) Legal advice; a term used to refer to lawyers in a case.
(Counsel) A person admitted to the bar of a court and who is thereby licensed to practice law before that court or who is not a member of the bar but is permitted by the court to represent a party in a case. A counsel may be licensed to practice law in more than one court. ...
(Counsel) A person qualified to represent clients in a court of law and to advise them in legal matters. (see Attorney, Lawyer)
(Counsel) another term for a barrister.
("Counsel") means lay or legal counsel secured by a Respondent to serve as an advisor to the Respondent in Misconduct Proceedings against the Respondent.
(Counsel) A Barrister or solicitor in legal proceedings.
(Counsel) A barrister acting for the defence or the prosecution.
(Counsel) A lawyer or group of lawyers who conduct cases in court or give legal advice. Also advice provided by someone.
(Counsel) A lawyer who is representing a person in a court.
(Counsel) A lawyer, a barrister and solicitor. Also, the advice given by a lawyer to his or her client.
(Counsel) A licensed attorney that provides legal advice and represents individuals in court.
(Counsel) An advisor, often a legal or financial advisor. A counsel does not usually perform the actions that are advised himself or herself, which are instead performed by the person or organization that the advisor serves. See also fundraising counsel.