Lawyer in most legal systems this term details the figure of a legal practitioner has been certified as a regulated member of the local Bar to act as a “bonafide” and to give paid legal advice to people. And to represent others in litigation in court against a legal fee. Where then he is called also “lawyer for a party”. In many jurisdictions, this figure is also known as a “barrister” or “solicitor” or an attorney”. Lawyers are regulated by the Bar of Lawyers. Note that the legal services are not free, i.e. any information you may request to get from a lawyer, you may have to pay for. Just like you go to a doctor and you pay for his services, it is the same when you visit a lawyer with your legal issue.

See also “Barrister”

See also “Attorney”

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