Lawyers 


Lawyers and Quebec notaries provide legal advice and represent clients; prepare contracts, wills, and other legal documents; and may act as executors, trustees or guardians in estate/family law matters. They may specialize in specific areas of law such as criminal law (lawyers only) and corporate, real estate, and labour law. Lawyers also plead cases or conduct prosecutions before courts of law, tribunals/boards, and negotiate civil dispute settlements.


Aptitude: Excellent Interpersonal, Presentation And Written/Oral Communication Skills. , • Possession Of Integrity, Confidentiality And A Non-Prejudicial Manner. , • Self-Confidence, Motivation And Resilience. , • Legal And Commercial Awareness. , • Excellent Time And People Management Skills. , • Excellent Academic And Research Skills

Work: Advise clients of their legal rights according to law; Argue clients' cases before courts of law, tribunals and boards; Draw up legal documents such as wills, divorces and contracts; Negotiate settlements of civil disputes; Perform administrative and management functions related to the practice of law; Act as executor, trustee or guardian in estate and family law matters.

Title Examples: Attorney, Barrister, Corporate Counsel, Crown Prosecutor, Solicitor

Useful Secondary School subjects: Social Studies (Law), English (Communication), Family Studies, Math

Degrees associated with this career: Bachelor, Master, Doctorate

Requirements: To work in this field, you need a pre-law college or university program and a bachelor's degree from a law school. , To be a lawyer, you must complete a period of articling, a bar admission course and exam, and a licence in the province/territory where you'll work. , Most recent entrants have an undergraduate university degree, and almost 1 in 4 has a graduate degree.

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2 responses to “Lawyers”

  1. Natasha says:

    plzz could you tell mee that if i don’t appear for clat exam and would go for other law colleges lie symbiosis law college and bhartiya vidyapeeth pune than aren’t they good options ……….and what about the placements of these colleges and do they provide high package or which good law school i could opt for which are equally good

  2. Nitin Mittal says:

    CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) covers most of the top law colleges in India which includes NLSIU Bangalore, NALSAR Hyderabad and quite a few more. Symbiosis Law School is also good and one of the top colleges. However, qualifying through CLAT gives you access to more colleges, some of them better than Symbiosis. We suugest you to appear for both CLAT and Symbiosis to maximise your chances.

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