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    Trainee

    Is an attorney or notary in training called an attorney trainee/notary trainee or trainee attorney/trainee notary?

    I thought it would be attorney trainee/notary trainee, but Google suggests otherwise.

    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: Trainee

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    Is an attorney or notary in training called an attorney trainee/notary trainee or trainee attorney/trainee notary?

    I thought it would be attorney trainee/notary trainee, but Google suggests otherwise.

    Thanks a lot!
    In England we have solicitors, a trainee is called a "trainee solicitor".

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