Legal Counsel – Who Does A Attorney Really Give Legal Advice To?

An attorney or legal representative is a person who practices law, as a barrister, attorney in law, barrister/attorney, court representative, counsel, advocate, notary public, constable, judge, magistrate, recorder, title-holders, and sometimes also as a justice of the peace. In some jurisdictions, the term ‘judicial proceedings’ may be used instead of ‘law’. A lawyer can practice either individually or as a member of a firm. The term ‘plaintiff’ means a person filing a complaint. Law Office Of Jonathan Preston, Murrieta is an excellent resource for this.

 

A lawyer can represent a group of people or an individual. He can also work on his own and be called by a number of clients for helping them with legal rights issues. Attorneys are licensed by states to practice law and have to pass an ethical standards test to become a lawyer. It is necessary that attorneys respect the clients’ privacy and confidential information.

In legal circles, the term ‘court representative’ or ‘pleasure lawyer’ gives legal counsel and representation to individuals. Sometimes, lawyers refer to themselves as “pleasure-person” or “hobbyist”. Commonly referred to in America as a “pleasure-client” is a lawyer whose major focus is private clientele. Lawyers do give legal advice and can also give legal counsel in family law matters and criminal matters such as in white-collar crimes.

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