Job help (Solicitor and orthodontist)

what do solicitors do? i have to pretend to be one (by completing the following sentence) (short and sweet) I had the responsiblilty to _ this meansi had to

I also have to do the same thing but for an orthodontist

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what do solicitors do? i have to pretend to be one (by completing the following sentence) (short and sweet) I had the responsiblilty to _ _ _ _ this means i had to_ _ _ _ __ I also have to do the same thing but for an orthodontist
kiwiapple
08 April 2011
please i need to get the answer for this really quick!
kiwiapple
08 April 2011
anybody on? this is due soon and i have no other time to do it, please help me :'(
kiwiapple
08 April 2011
solicitors are trained in interpretation of the law. They provide legal advice to members of the public, companies, charities and anyone else who wants to understand legal issues. A good page that describes the work they do is the Law Society: http://www.lawsociety.org.uk/careersinlaw/careeroptions.page#work
parkfields
08 April 2011
as a solicitor, you have a responsibility to provide the best advice you can on matters of law and keep yourself informed of changes in the law. Many solicitors specialise in particular areas of law, such as criminal or commercial
parkfields
08 April 2011
Orthodontists are those people that look at your teeth and decide whether or not you need a brace and if so, which one and for how long.
parkfields
08 April 2011
Hope this helps ...
parkfields
08 April 2011
Both solicitors and orthodontists are considered 'professional'. They sell their advice to you and are expected to give you the best information they can. Both orthodontists and solicitors belong to professional bodies that goven how the profession behaves.
parkfields
08 April 2011
As an example, you might like to think of situations where you need to get advice from a solicitor (maybe you have a noisy neighbour) or an orthodontist (your teeth are growing crookedly).
parkfields
08 April 2011
oh thanks a lot!
kiwiapple
08 April 2011
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