There are two types of lawyers in the UK: solicitors and barristers. They have different skills, knowledge of specialist areas and roles within the justice system. Barristers are self-employed with more specialised knowledge and advocate in courts and tribunals. Solicitors work within a firm or partnership and manage your case (including legal documentation) before, during and after court. A detailed definition is available here.
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