VIDHYASHAKTI WEEKLY CURRENT AFFAIRS MAGAZINE ARE PUBLISHED ON EVERY MONDAY BY WWW.VIDHYASHAKTI.IN : An advocate in this sense is a professional in the field of law. different countries legal system use the term with somewhat differing meanings. The broad equivalent in many english law based jurisdictions could be a barrister or a solicitor. However, American jurisdictions, advocateindicates a lawyer of superior classification
Advocates are the only lawyers with rights of audience in the courts. An advocate's role is to give advice on all matters of law: it may involve representing a client in the civil and criminal courts or advising a client on matters such as matrimonial and family law, trusts and estates, regulatory matters, property transactions and commercial and business law. In court, advocates wear a horsehair wig, stiff collar, bands and a gown in the same way as barristers do elsewhere.
Trainee advocates normally undertake a period of two years’ training articled to a senior advocate; in the case of English barristers or solicitors who have been practising or admitted for three years this training period is reduced to one year. Foreign lawyers who have been registered as legal practitioners in the Isle of Man for a certain period of time may also undertake a shorter period of training and supervision. During their training, all trainee advocates are required to pass the Isle of Man bar examinations, which include papers on civil and criminal practice, constitutional and land law, and company law and taxation, as well as accounts. The examinations are rigorous and candidates are limited to three attempts to pass each paper.Join My Education WhatsApp Group Click Here
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VIDHYASHAKTI WEEKLY CURRENT AFFAIRS MAGAZINE ARE PUBLISHED ON EVERY MONDAY BY WWW.VIDHYASHAKTI.IN : English barristers are occasionally licensed to appear as advocates in cases expected to be unusually long or complex, without having to pass the bar examination or undertake further training: they are permitted only to act in relation to the matter for which they have been licensed. Similarly, barristers and solicitors employed as public prosecutors may be licensed to appear as advocates without having to pass the bar examination or undertake further training: they are permitted only to act as such only for the duration of that employment.
The professional conduct of advocates is regulated by the , which also maintains a library for its members in . While advocates in the Isle of Man have not traditionally prefixed their names with 'Advocate' in the Channel Islands manner, some advocates have now started to adopt this practice.
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