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Question 1: The legal profession in ________ is also divided into two branches: barristers and solicitors.
SeoulSouth KoreaNorth KoreaKorean Peninsula

Question 2:
What type is thing is Barrister?

Question 3: The legal profession in ________ is also divided into two branches: barristers (where the Cantonese name daai lut si, 大律師 is also used) and solicitors (where the Cantonese name lut si, 律師 is also used).
United StatesPhilippinesHong KongMacau

Question 4: The ________ does not draw a distinction between lawyers as pleaders, or barristers, or lawyers as agents, or solicitors.
AlaskaPhilippinesCanadaUnited States

Question 5: Although ________ are separate in some aspects of the political structure of the United Kingdom, they compose a single legal jurisdiction.
England and WalesCardiffEnglish lawScotland

Question 6: In April 2003 there were 554 barristers in independent practice in ________.
United KingdomIrish peopleScotlandNorthern Ireland

Question 7: In ________ the employment and practice of barristers (known as Advocates) is consistent with the Commonwealth.
CanadaSierra LeoneMauritiusSouth Africa

Question 8: Many countries such as the ________ do not observe a distinction between barristers and solicitors.
CanadaPhilippinesAlaskaUnited States

Question 9: In the common tradition, the respective roles of a lawyer—that is as legal adviser and advocate—were formally split into two separate, regulated sub-professions, the other being the office of ________.
Crown CourtBar councilSolicitorSolicitor Advocate

Question 10: In ________, avocats, or attorneys, were, until the 20th century, the equivalent of barristers.
ItalyFranceCanadaUnited Kingdom


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