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go to law

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgo to lawgo to lawTRIALto go to court in order to settle a problem the right of consumers to go to law if they need to law
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go to lawIndeed, they are going to law school, too.So the museum has gone to law to get the pictures back.When I go to law schools to speak, I recognize them immediately.I might go to law school next year, and I wanted to find out if I liked it.Well, what else could I do with a history and humanities interest outside of teach or go to law school?Merrill plans to work for a year, perhaps abroad, and then go to law school.So we've been left with no other avenue but to go to law.At the time, she was intending to go to law school with a view to taking over her father's law firm.
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