There are two forms of attorneys in England and Wales – Solicitors and barristers. Solicitors used to require the services of a barrister to act as advocate in anything at High Court stage or above after the authorized occupation split into the separate professions of solicitors and barristers. Solicitors all the time adhere to strict guidelines and rules about how they can and what they can’t do. Their duties and obligations to their clients are nicely outlined.
The reality is, if their practice involves a mix of conveyancing, private accidents, industrial regulation, family regulation and crime, they merely cannot hold …Read More