Real Estate Law
In the legal profession, Attorneys (also called Lawyers are the professionals who are advisors to clients, and also advocates for them.
They may represent an individual or group in a criminal or civil trial. They can show evidence, and make a case supporting their client.
They are also advisors where they give their clients advice on their legal rights, and any obligations. They can also suggest a course of action in both business and personal matters. Attorneys will research laws and their specific intent, along with any previous judicial actions and decisions. They can surmise how those laws will apply to their individual clients case
In a law office, there are often attorneys, paralegals, legal assistants and legal secretaries.
There are numerous specialties in the legal fields,
There are prosecuting lawyers (who usually work for the government to bring charges against an individual or business who has been accused of violating the law.
There are defense lawyers who will defend any action. Some defense lawyers work for the government to defend clients who cannot afford their own attorney. They are called Public Defense Lawyers.
There are also lawyers who work for corporations. They are often “in-house” counsel.
And there are also “Public Interest” lawyers who provide legal representation in civil (non-criminal) matters to people who cannot afford it.
While there are numerous specialties for attorneys, here are some of the most common:
- Admiralty (Maritime) Law
- Bankruptcy Law
- Business (Corporate) Law
- Civil Rights Law
- Criminal Law
- Entertainment Law
- Environmental Law
- Family Law
- Health Law
- Immigration Law
- Intellectual Property Law
- International Law
- Labor (Employment) Law
- Military Law
- Personal Injury Law
- Real Estate Law
- Tax Law