Career as a Lawyer
A lawyer is licensed to practice law and is responsible for upholding the law even while safeguarding the interests of their employers. Providing professional guidance and representation, doing analysis and collecting facts, drafting legal papers relating to divorce settlements, trusts, agreements, and commercial property sales, and suing or appealing in a trial are only a few of the responsibilities of a lawyer. A lawyer's responsibilities extend beyond the traditional courtroom. Based on the nature of the practice, some duties include doing studies, writing papers, resolving lawsuits, and making recommendations on their constitutional rights. Since the law is so vast and complex, it is difficult for a person to give practical advice in any field of the law. Lawyers practice on one or two different branches of law, similar to a doctor who specializes in a particular region of the body or a specified place of underlying condition or illness.