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What are the 8 different lawyers called?
There are family lawyers, real-estate lawyers, criminal lawyers, corporate lawyers, divorce lawyers, accident lawyers, debt settlement lawyers, Personal Injury lawyers, Bankkruptcy lawyers, Traffic lawyers, and Immigration lawyers.
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soliciter Answer: Solicitor
A Teacher educates us ( teaches us ), a lawyer is involved with laws and government.
(In the US) There is no special title accorded to attorneys. They may be addressed as 'Counsellor' or by a title appropriate to their gender (i.e.: Mister - Miss - Ma'am - etc…). However, judges, who are also usually attorneys are always addressed as "Judge" or 'Your Honor" regardless of their gender.
Actually, there are lots of different types of lawyers in the UK: * Solicitors interact with the clients, prepare documents such as property conveyances and wills, and …brief Barristers * Barristers are the people who address the crown court, * Barristers come in several flavours - e.g. * ** Queens Counsel, (QCs or "Silks") who are the barristers who prosecute criminal cases on behalf of the crown. And then there are a variety of people who, although not necessarily legally qualified, provide a legal service, such as patent attorneys. In Scotland, the situation is different from England and Wales. In Scotland, you are represented by an Advocate, (who is more than a solicitor but less than a barrister, but are often solicitors in their own right) and the courts are presided over by Sheriffs, (who are themselves highly-qualified lawyers). The legal system in Scotland is more like the European system than the English or US system, so (very roughly) Advocates are there to make sure the Sheriffs play fair, instead of a judge making sure the lawyers play fair. barristers barristers
There are government lawyers, private practice lawyers, and non-profit lawyers. They can be further divided according to the types of law they practice, for example immigr…ation lawyers and divorce lawyers.
They are usually called paralegals or legal secretaries/assistants. Paralegals must usually complete a designated course of study and pass a qualification test. Legal secretar…ies or assistants are just people hired by an attorney to assist him.
A solicitor is a lawyer who has no "right of audience" in any higher criminal court apart from a magistrates court (or Sheriffs court in Scotland). Solicitors deal with …legal advice, property conveyancing, oaths, contracts etc.. The other type of lawyer in the English legal sysytem is the Barrister who is very expensive and argues your case in a Crown Court and above.
Only one (1). They just specialize either on Corporate law, or criminal law. Either way, they can practice.
corperate lawyers family lawyers environmental lawyers immigration lawyers criminal and justice lawyers business lawyers
These are some of the lawyers you can become, I'm sure that there are a whole bunch more though:) Criminal lawyers Civil lawyers Personal injury lawyer Family court lawyer…s Immigration lawyers Tax lawyers Insurance lawyers Real estate lawyers Divorce lawyers Court appointed lawyers Injury Lawyers Employment lawyers Environmental lawyers Music industry lawyers Entertainment lawyers Copyright lawyers Commercial real estate lawyers Worker's compensation lawyers Military lawyers Disability lawyers Denial of claim lawyers Estate lawyers Brain injury lawyers
The collective noun for the noun 'lawyers' is: . an eloquence of lawyers . an argument of lawyers . a disputation of lawyers . a greed of lawyers . a huddle of lawyers .… a quarrel of lawyers . an escheat of lawyers
the judge is like the boss and the lawyer is like the employee
Under the legal system in the US, a lawyer is a lawyer and canlegally serve as an attorney. Specialization occurs after lawschool and can include tax, estate, family law, inte…llectualproperty or employment law as well as many other specializations.