Barristers represents individuals and organisations in court and are known for giving specialist legal advice to solicitors.
Coroners investigate all reported deaths from unnatural or unknown causes, in prison or in police custody.
Judges are responsible for presiding over court proceedings as well as managing the litigating parties with their respective arguments. They make the most important decisions in legal disputes.
Legal Executives are qualified lawyers who do similar work to Solicitors, but specialise, provide advice and complete legal work in only one legal area.
Paralegals support lawyers with their expertise in administration and legal work.
Solicitors gives legal advice on many issues in relation to family, immigration, employment and conveyancing to name a few.