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what is the role of each the role of a barrister the role of a solicitor the role of a legal executive
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what is the role of each the role of a barrister the role of a solicitor the role of a legal executive
Have you tried looking at your textbook or the Internet? It’s not a particularly difficult question to answer…
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Have you tried looking at your textbook or the Internet? It’s not a particularly difficult question to answer…
hi i have but the text booklet is bit difficult to get head around and this is it if you could try explaining
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Have you tried looking at your textbook or the Internet? It’s not a particularly difficult question to answer…
and the part i am stuck on is how to start it
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The most obvious difference would be the mode of employment/practice. Barristers - self-employed but work from chambers; Solicitors and Legal Executives - under a firm.

Then the differences would lie in the type of work they do. Barristers - advocacy/defence work/some civil cases. Solicitors do far more general practice work (and these will involve fields that society tends to require), such as conveyancing (buying/selling property), wills and trusts, family matters etc. As solicitors tend to work under a firm, their work will be highly influenced by what the firm does. Specialisation is common.

I suggest you do some more Googling, as there will be websites out there that summarise these differences in a more user-friendly way. Then after you get the basics down, look at your document booklet again.
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