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What is a monopoly in terms of solicitors and barristers?
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What is a monopoly in terms of solicitors and barristers?
Where only certain groups of qualified people i.e a profession are allowed to call themselves members of that profession and able to conduct certain types of work.

Hold themselves out as a solicitor. Be someones legal rep. Charge for giving certain types of legal advice.

Barristers tend to be more based around rights of audience in court and advocacy work.


There are exceptions.
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