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Lawyers of all specialties advocate for their client(s) and present their case to the legal system in such a way that the best possible result can be obtained within the law. Furthermore, a lawyer helps their client(s) make informed and educated legal decisions.

A lawyer is required by the American Bar Association (ABA) to have a JD or juris doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school. A lawyer may also have an LLM or Master of Laws degree which is a course of specialized research which one can pursue after receipt of a first law degree (such as after receiving the JD or Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from a commonwealth country.

Answer For UK Lawyers
In England and Wales (in the UK) - there are two types of practising lawyer known as a barrister and a solicitor. A solicitor has direct contact with the public and is responsible for running a client's case from start to finish. A barrister is instructed by the solicitor for specific purposes - such as to provide opinions on case law or quantum and often to represent the client at trial.
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USA Lawyers/Attorneys

In the USA, the term lawyer usually refers to an attorney who is practicing law; it is never used to refer to patent agents or paralegals.
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