Legal Services

Legal Services is the umbrellas term to describe the work of solicitors, barristers, licensed conveyancers, cost lawyers, legal executives, notaries, patent attorneys, trade mark attorneys, law firms and companies providing legal services, such as some accountants. Tasks undertaken by legal service providers include criminal defence, driving defence, immigration services, family law, trusts and estates, and civil litigation, There are many models for Legal Services for both individuals and businesses. For individuals, you might utilise legal services when buying or selling a house, or even during a legal defence. Whereas large corporate companies might utilise Legal Services to ensure that their business stays compliant with the law. In this case, companies can choose to consult an externals Legal Service Consultant or hire in-house legal employees and this is usually determined by the size of the company and the nature of the business.

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  1. Barristers
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    More often than not, a Barrister is appointed by a solicitor to defend a client in court by pleading the case in front of a judge. Barristers work at higher levels of court, specialising in specialise in courtroom advocacy and litigation.

  2. Solicitors
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    The role of the solicitor is to provide legal advice to individuals or companies. Solicitors have a very large scope, from handling personal injury cases, to family law, criminal law, and wills. A solicitor is also responsible for the day-to-day paperwork and is client-facing, taking ownership of all the client communication.

  3. Other
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    Other products that didn't quite fit into any of the above categories.