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Does anybody know the meaning of a phrase "a dirt lawyer"? I've got as a part of a homework where I need to describe the meaning of the phrases, but I've never heard this one before and I've searched but found nothing. I hope someone will be able to help

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    "i've searched but found nothing" Really? Using Google.com, I find all the top results are pages that make the meaning clear, with and without quotes around the phrase. I hadn't heard the phrase before, myself (a native speaker).
    – mgkrebbs
    Commented Apr 9, 2020 at 23:01
  • Well sorry, if i had found something i wouldn't have ended up here asking this question, i'm not a native speaker and it is kinda hard for me, and all the top results didn't give me anything
    – Vlada
    Commented Apr 10, 2020 at 9:56

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I had to go to a second page of google search to find the actual meaning of the term.

Linkedin "dirt law"

"I’ve been practicing dirt law for more than 15 years, which means that I help my clients buy, sell, develop, lease and finance real estate."

So, it means law having to do with ground, i.e. "dirt".

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  • Thanks a lot! You really saved me
    – Vlada
    Commented Apr 10, 2020 at 9:57

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