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What is the solicitor general job?

The United States Solicitor General is the person appointed to represent the Government of the United States before the Supreme Court of the United States. Currently, the Soli (MORE)

What is the average salary for a Solicitor in the UK?

A solicitor in the UK earns around 10-18k during training. After training the first year solicitors earn around 20-40k. With experience this can rise to 50-80k with partners i (MORE)

What GCSEs do you need to be a solicitor?

You need good English at least a grade B or above, your maths must be a C grade, you don't really have to worry much about the other grades at GCSE, however at A-level standar (MORE)

How do you become a conveyancing solicitor?

If you want to become a solicitor who specialize in conveyancing, then you would follow the normal route, which is by doing an LLB at university, then one year Legal Practice (MORE)

What is the difference between a solicitor and lawyer?

  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 (MORE)

How do you say solicitor or notary in French?

Avocat if you need an attorney, notaire if you need a French property lawyer (not to be confused with the US Notary Public). In France, a lawyer or avocat (i.e. a French sol (MORE)

How do you put the word solicitor in a sentence?

There are two meanings for the word solicitor and therefore two ways to put it into a sentence. If you are referring to a person in the UK who is a legal professional: "I had (MORE)
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What is considered solicitors negligence?

A solicitor often holds the trust of their clients within a court case. However, sometimes things can go awry and not as planned. Therefore they are held liable for both the o (MORE)

How do I hire a remortgage solicitor?

The first thing you need to do is to find a mortgage product that  you want. You can either go to your own bank and see what rates  they currently have on offer or use a mor (MORE)