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counsel

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Synonyms for advise

to give recommendations to (someone) about a decision or course of action

to meet and exchange views to reach a decision

to impart information to

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Internal and External Functions of an Advising Team Member
Principal associate Richard Davies' real estate finance highlights included advising Lloyds on a refinance of 2 Colmore Square, and Secure Trust Bank on funding for the acquisition of a site in Canary Wharf.
With traditional advising, students typically seek help--if they do it at all--only when experiencing difficulty.
Jaime McLemore, based in London, advises US nationals based in the UK on their US tax and estate planning and compliance, as well as advising both individuals and organisations on charitable giving.
NACADA also serves as an advocate for effective academic advising by providing a consulting and speaker service, an awards program, and funding for research related to academic advising.
He is a consultant to the Department for Education, giving expert commercial overview on the free school programme and advising in the development of a strategy for engaging with voluntary aided and foundation schools in departmental sponsored capital investment programmes.
Kim and Feldman (2011) argue that effective academic advising can improve retention and graduation rates.
Estry embodies his commitment to academic advising and serves as testimony to his advocacy of both students and advisors across the University,” said MSU Provost June Youatt.
From the university administration standpoint, advising mistakes are bad because poorly advised students frequently require special consideration, policy deviations, and can expose the institution to potential legal liability (Swanson, 2006; Ford, 2010).
Air advising is "the act of communicating professional knowledge and skills to partner nation personnel in order to improve their airpower capabilities.
Little received the 2013 Irvin Atly Jefcoat Excellence in Advising Award, the premier advising recognition at MSU.
The reason for advising one year rather than two is predominantly pathology, with over 80% of practitioners citing slight cataract, slight AMD, other non-referable pathology and, frequently, all three as reasons for recommending a retest after one year.
Christopher Causer has 20 years' experience advising on a wide variety of projects and regeneration schemes across the public and private sectors and he was head of projects at a London law firm for nine years.
Price stated Killen called later that day advising Price that it was taking him longer than he thought to get a group together.
Cheshire West and Chester's Trading Standards is now advising residents to be extra vigilant following reports of the con.