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Tuesday, 19 April 2011

What do lawyers do?

Although lawyers affect nearly every aspect of society in a range of positions and industries, their basic duties are the same--to represent the needs of their clients in civil and criminal trials. However, other job duties vary dramatically. Lawyers can specialize in bankruptcy, international, elder, probate, or environmental law. The growing field of intellectual property is also seeing a growing level of attention from lawyers.
Some lawyers spend more time in the courtroom than others, working as trial lawyers. While some lawyers work in private practice, others find employment in government, legal aid societies, or within corporations.

18 comments:

  1. Ohh!I know ! I know ! they act in funny commercials - father's rights,injury lawyers etc.

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  2. too many bad ones not enough good ones

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  3. Lawyers get you free, look at OJ lol

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  4. I know a prosecutor, she says they have more fun than lawyers :)

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  5. @thenitefalls: OJ is is jail because he decided to steal a casino or something. Funny he got out of killing someone but couldn't get out of this mess.....oh well better lick in next 30 years OJ.

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  6. i heard lawyers have no souls, is that true?

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  7. Lawyers are important to modern society. I wish there weren't so many douchebags that went to law

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  8. Lwayers can help and hurt people depending what side of fence your on.

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  9. They lie for you, if you suck at lying^^

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  10. Awesome blog man! Keep up the great work!

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