Solicitors are paid to represent their clients either in court, throughout contract negotiations, in the settling of wills and estates, or by providing legal advice. Apart from working in private legal firms, there are also positions within both government and private organisations in an in-house legal advisory role. Solicitors are called upon during trials and court hearings to brief barristers, organise witness statements and deal with the dayto-day flow of documentation with the courts. Branches of law such as family, company, partnerships and commercial all have their unique demands. Solicitors can also act as trustee or guardian.
Bachelor of Laws – The University of Adelaide Bachelor of Laws – Sydney University Bachelor of Arts/bachelor of Laws – Deakin University Victoria
Bachelor of Laws – University of Queensland
$43,078 to $109,620