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The detailed aspects of a lawyer job will depend on their field and specialization or position. Even if the lawyers sometimes represent other people in court, some lawyers can appear in court more compared to others. Trial lawyers will spend most of their time in the courtroom and they often conduct research for each trial. They interview the witnesses and their clients and can handle other details that are needed for the preparation of the trial.

Attorney Jobs may depend on the field of specialization or the position of the attorney. Lawyers may be specialized in certain areas that include the environment, elder, international, probate and bankruptcy. Some lawyers can be in private practice that may include civil and criminal law. In criminal law, the individual has to represent the people who have been charged of the crimes. Lawyers can be employed on a full time basis, especially if his client is a company. In this case, the lawyer will be called an in-house counsel. He will advise the company about their legal issues and business activities. Such issues can involve the patents of the company, the government regulations, property interest and any contracts with other companies.

You can also find lawyers working in legal societies, both the nonprofit and private that have been established to help people who are disadvantaged. Such lawyers are more involved in handling criminal and not civil cases. Lawyers also use different technology in order to perform better. However, even if they use conventional law libraries in preparing their cases, they may also need computer resources like legal databases and internet. There is some software that has been designed to support lawyers and help them make their supporting documents. Lawyers often have to reach their clients geographically, but they can also use mobile devices, video conferencing, the web and voice recognition technology to keep in touch with their clients.

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