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What is the difference between a barrister and Solicitor?

What is the difference between a barrister and Solicitor?

Briefly, barristers usually practise as advocates representing their clients in court. On the other hand, solicitors tend to do the majority of their legal work in a law firm or in the office. In today’s blog, we have a look at the major differences between the two. Barrister and Solicitor What does a barrister do?   A barrister, sometimes referred to as Counsel, is a qualified legal professional who offers specialist advice whilst representing, providing advocacy, and defending a client in court or at a tribunal.   They are the lawyers who present the case at Court but will also provide specialist advice to the client...

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Madison Legal lawyers succeed in challenge to jury trials

Litigation solicitors - Madison Legal

We aim to lead in each practice and area of law we work in. Coming from in-depth understanding of the law and the industry, capitalizing on extensive experience, we provide hands-on advice that speaks the language of our client’s business. Whether in aviation, sales and distribution, antitrust, corporate and M&A, finance, employment, energy, IP, litigation, TMT, real estate, or any other area of law, our clients can expect excellence and commitment to their objectives. Ensuring the operational functioning of the organisation, the development of external relations, management of press relations and constant communication with the press....

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