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Out-of-town lawyers wear suits to file suits, then move to their hotel suites.

By Chinua Asuzu

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A suit means one of several things:

(a) a set of clothes (typically including a jacket and either pants or a skirt) of the same color and fabric, designed to be worn together;

(b) a lawsuit;

(c) a petition made to a person of superior position, rank, or status;

(d) courting, courtship, wooing.

A suite (pronounced ‘sweet’) is a set of rooms, usually in a hotel, apartment block, or similar facility, used or occupied by one individual or group (typically a family).

About the Author

A writer on writing, Chinua wrote ‘Brief-Writing Masterclass’; ‘Judicial Writing: A Benchmark for the Bench’; ‘Uncommon Law of Learned Writing’; and ‘Fair Hearing in Nigeria’.

Chinua is the dean of The Write House (writehouse.org) and the senior partner of Assizes Lawfirm (assizeslawfirm.com).

Chinua is an expert on: Coaching, Consulting, and Mentoring in Legal Writing and Drafting

An upwrite and writeous autodidact, Chinua is all write.

Out-of-town lawyers wear suits to file suits, then move to their hotel suites.
Out-of-town lawyers wear suits to file suits, then move to their hotel suites.

Out-of-town lawyers wear suits to file suits, then move to their hotel suites.

Stop saying “upturn” when you mean overturn.

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