Who is a Lawyer?
A lawyer is a basic term that refers to any person who has a law degree. There can be various types of lawyers, such as advocates, attorneys, solicitors, etc. All of these are considered to be specialists in different fields of law. A Lawyer can sometimes be not eligible to stand in a court to represent a client.
Who is an Advocate?
The word Advocate is usually used for a lawyer only. This is a person who has completed a law degree and eligible to stand in court on behalf of his/her clients. Section 2(1) (a) of Advocates Act 1961 defines “Advocate” as Advocate” means an Advocate entered in any roll under the provision The Advocate Act 1961.
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