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Barristers give legal advice and appear on behalf of clients in civil, family and criminal cases in courts and tribunals.
Solicitors give legal advice, prepare legal documents and study the details of legal arguments.
Judges listen to court cases and make decisions on matters of law.
Legal executives help lawyers prepare and file legal documents, research and prepare cases, give legal advice and help with house sales.
Find out how to achieve your career goal, with a plan and support.
Court registry officers assist with the day-to-day operation of courts. They handle court documents, schedules and may support the judge in running court hearings.
Careers are determined by an interaction between our personality and the environment in John Holland's Theory of Career Choice. We want jobs with people like us.