What Is a Lawyer?
The term “lawyer” is most commonly used to describe someone who can give legal advice, because they possess legal qualification – either a Bachelor of Laws, or a Juris Doctor degree. A lawyer may be said to be an umbrella term to include any legal practitioner such as solicitor, barrister, judge, prosecutor, or the minister of justice.
What Is a Solicitor?
- a practising certificate
- admission to Roll of Lawyers
- a law degree
- practical legal training course or a supervised traineeship
A solicitor is a lawyer who has expertise in preparing documentation and legal paperwork, and in providing legal advice. They typically have a lot of experience in a specific area of law, and commonly work outside of court, on matters that are not undergoing trial.
What Is a Barrister?
Key Differences, in a Nutshell
All barristers and solicitors are lawyers. But not all lawyers are solicitors (or barristers).
What Services Are Commonly Performed by Solicitors and Barristers?
Why Seek a Lawyer’s Advice?
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