Types of Lawyers

Types of Lawyers

Often the hardest part of becoming a lawyer is deciding which type of law to practice. The choices are almost endless. If you enjoy working with business on high-dollar transactions, you may prefer business law. If you want to be in court, criminal law may be the choice for you. Family law, estate planning and even aboriginal law are all possible choices.

Become a Lawyer

Become a Lawyer

The path to becoming a lawyer is long and requires hard work, but you will ultimately find it rewarding. Not sure where to start? Worried about how long it will take? The good news is that there is a well-defined process in place for becoming a lawyer. All you have to do is successfully complete each step. At the end of the process, you’ll be a lawyer!

Barrister or Solicitor?

Barrister or Solicitor?

When you become a lawyer, you’ll not only have to choose a legal niche, but also whether you want to be a barrister or a solicitor. Both are technically lawyers. Both require an in-depth understanding of the legal system works. However, they’re each different in the types of work they perform on a day-to-day basis and how they are employed.