How do you address a lawyer?

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To address a lawyer properly, it may depend whether you are writing a letter or speaking to one directly. When addressing a letter, you can write the person's name followed by the word Esquire or the abbreviation Esq. Sometimes, people also write the person's name and below this the words attorney-at-law. If speaking to a lawyer directly , some people use the word counselor or simply Mr. and the person's last name. For more information look here: www.abanet.org;
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