Legal Practitioners, often referred to as lawyers or attorneys, provide legal advice and representation to individuals, businesses, or organizations. They may specialize in various areas of law, such as criminal law, corporate law, family law, or environmental law.

Areas of Work:

  • Litigation Lawyer: Representing clients in court proceedings.
  • Corporate Lawyer: Advising businesses on legal matters.
  • Family Lawyer: Handling cases related to family law, such as divorce and child custody.
  • Criminal Defense Lawyer: Defending individuals accused of criminal offenses.

Academic Requirements:

  1. Undergraduate Level:
    • Obtain a bachelor’s degree, often in law or a related field.
  2. Law School (LLB or JD):
    • Complete a law degree from a recognized law school.
  3. Legal Training and Licensing:
    • Pass the bar exam and meet other requirements for legal practice.
  4. Internship and Professional Development:
    • Complete internships or clerkships to gain practical experience.

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