Disbar – meaning of the word and examples

To make someone unable to continue working as a lawyer, especially because they have done something wrong. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To expel from the bar or the legal profession deprive (an attorney) of legal status and privileges. (Merriam – Webster)

Expel (a barrister) from the Bar, so that they no longer have the right to practise law. (Oxford Dictionaries)

To expel from the legal profession or from the bar of a particular court. (Dictionary.com)


Power to Admit and Disbar Attorneys. 


Justices disbar Delaware lawyer for pocketing clients’ cash.


Why Dolores Catania’s ex-husband Frank was disbarred. 



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