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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“Defense attorney” and “Criminal attorney” redirect here. For criminal defense lawyers, see Criminal defense attorney.
For other uses, see Lawyer (disambiguation).
A French lawyer (about 1910)
A French lawyer
Names Advocate, attorney, barrister, counsel, judge, solicitor
Occupation type
Activity sectors
Law, business
Competencies Analytical skills
Critical thinking
Legal research
Legal writing
Legal ethics
Education required
Professional requirements
Related jobs
Barrister, Solicitor, Judge, Advocate, Attorney, Legal executive, Prosecutor, Law clerk, Law professor, Civil law notary
A lawyer is a person who practices law, as an advocate, barrister, attorney, counselor or solicitor or chartered legal executive.[1] Working as a lawyer involves the practical application of abstract legal theories and knowledge to solve specific individualized problems, or to advance the interests of those who hire lawyers to perform legal services.

The role of the lawyer varies greatly across legal jurisdictions, and so it can be treated here in only the most general terms.[2][3]

LEXLAW UK Immigration & Visa Solicitor interviewed on RT News

“UK’s Tech Industry Held Back by Sluggish Visa Process” | LEXLAW UK Immigration & Visa Solicitor Aisha Choudhry interviewed on RT (Russia Today) News Channel by Laura Burdon-Manley | More info on this story: http://goo.gl/K5qiKD

LEXLAW ImmigrationTeam Solicitor, Aisha Choudhry is featured on international television channel RT News in a news item discussing UK Business Immigration. Aisha discussed the Immigration Rules restricting businesses in the UK from employing overseas skilled workers.

Aisha opined that Home Secretary Theresa May MP is dangerously and indiscriminately massing all migrants into one category. She believes that there is too much focus (and intended political publicity) on sham marriages and Tier 4 Students who are abusing the UK immigration system, as oppose to those migrants (that the UK economy needs) who want to invest a significant amount of money into the UK such as Tier 1 Investors and Entrepreneurs.

Despite the international talent available, it seems that the UK’s harsh immigration policy is holding back the technology sector (as well as other parts of industry and commerce) as a result of the UK government’s unwelcoming attitude which is led by a poll-sensitive rather than economic and societal sentiment.

In addition to this, it seems that the UK government’s harsh immigration policy is also deterring international students from studying in the UK and those exceptionally talented students who are already in the UK cannot take advantage of the Tier 1 Post Study Work route which was closed to new applicants on 5 April 2012.

For more info
http://immigrationandvisasolicitors.co.uk/ @UKVisaSolicitor
http://lexlaw.co.uk/ @LEXLAWuk
http://rt.com/ @RT_com

CAREERS IN LAW – BA LLB,Lawyer,Public Prosecutor,Judge,Recruitment,Higher Education

CAREERS IN LAW.Go through the career opportunities of LAW, Govt jobs and Employment News channel from Freshersworld.com – The No.1 job portal for freshers in India. Visit http://www.freshersworld.com?src=Youtube for detailed Career information,Higher Education details of LAW.
Law as a career option is the most aspired career options today. The demand for good lawyers has increased considerably and the job prospects are really good. Law being a complex and challenging area, many top notch and high profile law firms now need good lawyers well-versed with all nitty-gritty’s of various laws and clauses.
In India there are many affluent families who are lawyers. Law has been an interesting career where traditionally students getting to specialise in criminal or civil laws. With times, the concepts have been changed and there has been a total makeover of this career as well in the way in which education is imparted.
With new educational systems and upgrades, aspirants looking for a career in Law can also specialise in areas like corporate law, cyber laws, and patent laws as well as traditional ones too. With a law degree, a person can practice as lawyer or work with a company in the corporate management, legal department and administrative wing. Having a lawyer in all business houses has become mandatory, since each company is bound by compliance and legal framework. For that, they need lawyers, who can look after all legal matters.
Those interested in pursuing a career in law have to complete their 10+2 education and enroll for Law colleges to get a degree in LLB. There is also a five-year integrated program which students can take up over a three year graduation degree. After completing the course, students have to take the exam conducted by Bar Council of India, to start the practice. There are job avenues open in both private and public sector companies
Aspiring candidate can begin law preparation for entrance exam that is held at national level for 5 years’ BA LLB program offered by many National Law Schools to those who complete the senior secondary exam. The entrance exam for national law, Combined Law Admission Test (CLAT) tests the student’s general awareness, general English legal aptitude, logical skills and other qualities needed for the program.
Some of the top law schools in the country are NALSAR University of Law ( Hyderabad), Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Bangalore, Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Symbiosis Society’s Law College (Pune), National Law University( Jodhpur) Government Law College( Mumbai), ILS Law College(Pune), Amity Law School( Delhi ) National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Aligarh Muslim University( Aligarh) University of Delhi and National Law Institute University (Bhopal).
After completing the course, the person can practice in court of law or be employed with a corporate organisation. A law graduate by clearing exams conducted by Public Service Commissions can aspire to become a judge as well. With experience and knowledge, a lawyer can progress and become a Public Prosecutor or Solicitor General to offer legal services to government departments and ministries. If teaching interests the lawyer then he can also work with colleges and universities, as a professor. Now they can also work with NGO to media houses as legal advisors and reporters.

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Welcome to Everest Law Solicitors

Everest Law Solicitors
Mr. Arif Ullah , Solicitor for criminal matters, Mrs. Lubna Sabri, Solicitor for commercial lease, Wills and Probate, Imran Ali , Solicitor for family law, Raju Thapa, Principal solicitor (Immigration, Human Rights and family law)
Areas of our services:
Immigration (All settlement including over 18 of Gurkhas Dependent children}
Family law (Divorce, Ancillary Relief and children matters)
Commercial Lease (to sell/buy business premises)
Wills and Probate, Sponsorship (to bring you family from abroad) etc.