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Question 1: In ________ and Wales, "lawyer" is used loosely to refer to a broad variety of law-trained persons.
United KingdomScotlandEnglandBritish people

Question 2: [45][46] Some countries go further; in ________, there is no general prohibition on the giving of legal advice.
England and WalesScotlandEnglish lawUnited Kingdom

Question 3: Besides private practice, they can become a prosecutor, government counsel, corporate in-house counsel, ________, judge, arbitrator, law professor, or politician.
Administrative law judgeNondelegation doctrineRulemakingCommon law

Question 4:
When was Lawyer formed?
See Credentialing and exams
see Professional requirements
see Medical education
see professional requirements

Question 5: This is common in small countries like ________, Japan, and Belgium.
AustraliaNew ZealandUnited KingdomNauru

Question 6: Like their Greek contemporaries, early Roman advocates were trained in ________, not law, and the judges before whom they argued were also not law-trained.

Question 7: [86] However, in a large number of countries, a law student must pass a ________ (or a series of such examinations) before receiving a license to practice.
United StatesBar examinationAdmission to the bar in the United StatesBar association

Question 8: In ________, the word "lawyer" only refers to individuals who have been called to the bar or have qualified as civil law notaries in the province of Quebec.
CanadaUnited KingdomUnited StatesBarbados

Question 9: [143] The largest voluntary professional association of lawyers in the English-speaking world is the ________.
Legal clinicAmerican Bar AssociationContinuing legal educationJuris Doctor

Question 10: In a few civil law countries, such as ________,[99] the legal profession is not rigorously bifurcated and everyone within it can easily change roles and arenas.

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