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What does a Solicitors do?

Solicitors provide legal advice, prepare and draft legal documents, and conduct negotiations on behalf of clients on matters associated with the law. The job duties of a solicitor include interviews with clients to determine the nature of problems, and recommend and undertake appropriate legal action; prepare cases for court by conducting investigations, undertaking research, arranging witness preparation and attendance; or represent clients in court.

Solicitors may work in a range of places, including private practice, commercial practice, in-house legal advice or Crown Prosecution Service.

How to become a Solicitors?

To become a solicitor, you would require a bachelor degree in law and higher, followed by a series of examinations and licensing processes.

Average Salary**

**Source: payscale.com

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