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Your solicitor may also have to contact other solicitors for information about your property. Times, Sunday Times (2014)What of earnings as a newly qualified barrister or solicitor? Times, Sunday Times (2007)You will need advice from a solicitor. Times, Sunday Times (2016) Solicitors would no longer be restricted to working only for law firms. The Sun (2006)Your agent or solicitor may take responsibility for its assembly. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They can explain how the criminal justice system works and provide details of experienced barristers and solicitors. The Sun (2013)You should take advice from your solicitor. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The legal aid solicitors acting for parents who are always in a rush. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Commercial law for solicitors and crime for barristers. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Most solicitors and barristers may think this has little to do with them. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The change would also ensure that solicitors and barristers are paid the same for the same work. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You must take advice from a solicitor specialising in wills and inheritance tax. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The family solicitors said the legal fight had been dropped because of costs to the taxpayer. The Sun (2009)Her solicitor said she may take legal action. Times, Sunday Times (2011) City solicitors and those at the larger commercial firms potentially have the most to lose from the reforms. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It has at least two vital jobs to do representing solicitors and working on law reform in the public interest. Times, Sunday Times (2006)A letter written by a solicitor or a lawyer. Times, Sunday Times (2014)By law, only a small number of legal activities must be conducted by a solicitor or other lawyer. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There is concern that women, ethnic minority lawyers and solicitors are not applying for judicial posts in the numbers that they might. Times, Sunday Times (2009) City solicitors at leading global law firms measure carefully their criticism of the SRA. Times, Sunday Times (2009)G was told that he could be accompanied by a union representative or work colleague at the disciplinary hearing but could not be represented by solicitors. Times, Sunday Times (2011)A team of barristers, solicitors and law students will join protesters to keep a watch on officers' conduct. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I cannot afford the costs of a solicitor so I represent myself. The Sun (2014)Both of my roles as city solicitor and stay-at-home mum have been rewarding but I fail to see why my choices were not both valid. Times, Sunday Times (2012)

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Translations for 'solicitor'

British English: solicitor /səˈlɪsɪtə/ NOUN
A solicitor is a lawyer who gives legal advice.
  • American English: lawyer
  • Arabic: مُحَامٍ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: solicitador
  • Chinese: 律师
  • Croatian: odvjetnik
  • Czech: právní zástupce
  • Danish: advokat
  • Dutch: advocaat
  • European Spanish: abogado defensor
  • Finnish: lakimies
  • French: avocat emploi
  • German: Rechtsanwalt
  • Greek: νομικός σύμβουλος
  • Italian: avvocato
  • Japanese: 事務弁護士
  • Korean: 변호사
  • Norwegian: advokat
  • Polish: radca prawny
  • European Portuguese: solicitador
  • Romanian: avocat consultant
  • Russian: юрисконсульт
  • Spanish: abogado defensor
  • Swedish: advokat
  • Thai: ทนายความ
  • Turkish: hukuk danışmanı
  • Ukrainian: адвокат
  • Vietnamese: luật sư

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