The Job of a Lawyer

1405 Words Feb 18th, 2018 6 Pages
Ever since I was little I was very good at arguing and everyone I've argued with or heard me argued said to me, "You would make a great lawyer”. These Lawyers have to take on many jobs and responsibilities, they also take a certain physical qualifications as well as mental. You are there to make sure people get justice that someone gets the closure or help they need to move on with their lives. Fighting crime doesn't always mean literally. Being a lawyer means long hours and countless numbers of paperwork. "Trial lawyers spend most of their time researching clients' cases(Lawyer 1 )”. The job requires you to look into cases as well as records, comprehend the vocabulary, and be able to speak to people to get the information. In this job you also handle a lot of paper work. You have to look for things in cases that most people won't see such as loop holes and a alibi as well as be confident enough to win your case and your clients' trust. “Lawyers, also called attorneys, act as both advocates and advisors. As advocators they represent one of the parties in criminal or civil trials by presenting evidence and arguing in support of the client. As advisors, lawyers counsel their clients about their legal right and obligations and suggest course of the action in business and personal matters (Lawyer 3 )". By playing two roles they have to take on two different personalities, one as the stern heartless…

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