Solicitor


Manchester Firm profile submitted by Kennedys The Firm Kennedys is a specialist national and international law firm with expertise in litigation and dispute resolution. It has over 1,250 people globally, across the UK and Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East. The firm’s lawyers provide a range of specialist legal services for many industries including: insurance and reinsurance, aviation, construction, healthcare, maritime and international trade, public sector, retail, transport and logistics and travel – with a particular focus on dispute resolution and litigation.

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SRA Code of Conduct 2011 Introduction to the SRA Code of Conduct Overview Outcomes-focused regulation concentrates on providing positive outcomes which when achieved will benefit and protect clients and the public. The SRA Code of Conduct (the Code) sets out our outcomes-focused conduct requirements so that you can consider how best to achieve the right outcomes for your clients taking into account the way that your firm works and its client base.

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Page/Link: Page URL: HTML link: What does a solicitor do? A solicitor provides clients with skilled legal representation and advice. Clients can be individuals or companies and a solicitor can work in a number of different specialism areas. They can work on house purchases, criminal matters, family matters, civil litigation, commercial work or with wills or trusts. Some deal with a variety of problems, but most specialise.

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Role of Solicitor General "The Solicitor General is not a neutral, he is an advocate; but an advocate for a client whose business is not merely to prevail in the instant case. My client's chief business is not to achieve victory but to establish justice. [T]he Government wins its point when justice is done in its courts. " Florida Bar Journal, July/Aug 2001 (quoting a former U. S.

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2 Answers | Add Yours Posted November 10, 2010 at 10:25 AM (Answer #1) dislike 1 like In the trial of Tom Robinson, Mr. Gilmer is the circuit solicitor. В  Scout describes him as a man who was from Abbottsville, whom she and Jem and Dill only saw when court was in session. В  He was a balding, smooth-faced man, he could have been anywhere between forty and sixty. we knew he had a slight cast in one of his eyes which he used to his advantage:В  he seemed to be looking at a person when he was actually doing nothing of the kind, thus he was hell on juries and witnesses.

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Get to know us We understand that you may worry about mounting bills from firms of solicitors. We worry about you being advised by non-qualified, unregulated companies. At cphSolicitors we provide the highest level of expertise from a STEP qualified solicitor whilst at the same time keeping the overheads to a minimum. This allows us to work on fixed fees and pass this saving directly to you. Collette Hodkinson Bsc.

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WHERE THERE’S A WILL …. THERE’S LIKELY TO BE A DISPUTE. Image by The U. S. National Archives via Flickr Wills can often be contentious leaving someone unhappy about the outcome. I have experienced many cases of this arising and a belief that the person making the Will has been got at, or that someone has exerted undue influence on that person. While most people are fairly shrewd when it comes to making a Will, there are others who are vulnerable and can be pressurised.

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The BCGEU/NUPGE supported this consultation process and is now calling on the government to make a decision on the new facility which would help alleviate the chronic overcrowding in the existing prisons. Vancouver (17 Nov. 2011) - Responding to a letter from the BC Government and Services Employees' Union (BCGEU/NUPGE) President Darryl Walker, the Solicitor General has indicated that an announcement on the construction of a new correctional centre in the Okanagan may be made shortly.

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Website The Treasury Solicitor's Department (TSol) is the largest in-house legal organisation in the United Kingdom 's Government Legal Service. The Department is headed by the Treasury Solicitor. This office goes back several centuries. The office was enshrined in law by the Treasury Solicitor Act 1876, which established the Treasury Solicitor as a corporation sole (an office with perpetual succession).

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Typical conveyancing fees often start from around £1200. Anyone who has purchased a house may understand that it is an expensive occasion. Deposits, product fees and agent charges are payable with conveyancing fees being only an additional set of costs which mount up. There are many ways in which you're able to keep your legal fees reduced; primarily this can be achieved by doing your research, obtaining several quotes and asking questions when you make your first inquiries.

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