Barristers are legal professionals who represent people or organisations in court. Read on to learn more about how to become a barrister, and what the role involves.
As a judge, crown court judge, high court judge, recorder or tribunal judge, you'll hear evidence presented to you in civil and criminal court. You'll interpret the law and make an impartial decision to deliver verdicts and sentences. Keep reading our guide to learn more about how to become a judge and what it's like as a career.
As a legal associate, you'll offer expert assistance to solicitors and barristers, as well as handling minor cases yourself and performing various support activities. Here you can find out more about how to get into this field and what your days might involve as a legal associate.