Lawyer

This type of activity is considered one of the oldest human occupations, and in the modern world, specialists in this profession are highly valued. A lawyer is a specialist who has received a legal education in the field of legal sciences and jurisprudence. This is a great profession, but is it right for you? With great respect for your future and for you personally, we have developed an accurate tool that will help you greatly narrow the range of professions suitable for you. 

The legal profession connects the servants of the law: a lawyer, a prosecutor, a judge, an investigator, a legal adviser with a notary, an international lawyer – all of them are considered experts in one of the areas of law.

The legal profession connects the servants of the law: a lawyer, a prosecutor, a judge, an investigator, a legal adviser with a notary, an international lawyer – all of them are considered experts in one of the areas of law.

The specifics of the lawyer profession

What are the distinctive features and professional characteristics of each servant of the law?

A prosecutor is an employee of the prosecutor’s office in the public service, whose official duty is to carry out prosecutorial supervision, coordinate activities to prevent various types of crimes, participate in legal proceedings, maintaining the state prosecution during the criminal process. It is possible to become a prosecutor only with additional specialized training.

A judge is a person with full judicial power, administering court and monitoring compliance with the law. A judge has a statutory status that guarantees his independence, subordination, apart from the Federal Law, only to the Constitution, inviolability, and irremovability. A judge can be a person who is over 25 years old, has a legal service of at least 5 years, has successfully passed the qualification exam required to obtain this position. A judge is prohibited from conducting any entrepreneurial activity, belonging to any movement or political party, or being elected as a people’s deputy.

A lawyer is a lawyer whose job is to ensure legally competent and full-fledged protection in court or other authorities of the interests and rights of citizens. A lawyer cannot be in the state, official service, carry out commercial activities so as not to violate the principle of independence of his work and to depend only on the laws that he is forced to follow in his practice. He is allowed to engage only in teaching, scientific, or any creative work. A lawyer can become a lawyer with at least 2 years of experience, at least a year of internship in law, successfully passed the qualification exam, and received the status of a lawyer from the Commission of the Bar Association.

A notary is a civil servant or private person who has the authority to perform various notarial actions. You can become a notary only by obtaining a license that allows you to conduct notarial activities. This is possible after an internship in one of the notary’s offices, public or private, and successfully passing the qualifying exam.

An investigator is an employee of the prosecutor’s office (including the military one) and the investigative bodies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, who is in charge of investigating political, economic, and criminal offenses. The investigator, guided by the Code, initiates a relevant criminal case, manages the course of the investigation, identifies both evidence and mitigating circumstances under investigation, uncovers the crime, establishes the circle of persons involved in it, motives, conditions, and reasons for the commission of the criminal act and provides an indictment to the prosecutor.

Legal advisor an employee of the legal department or service of an organization whose duty is to provide legal assistance, control compliance with the law, both in relation to the organization for which he works and by it itself, participation in the drafting of agreements and contracts, as well as claim work.

The international lawyer deals with legal issues of foreign economic and diplomatic activities. This direction is considered to be especially prestigious, it implies knowledge of both national and international law and several foreign languages. Many well-known universities are involved in the training of international lawyers.