ELL/ESL: Talking about jobs/occupations in English: Lawyer
Practice choosing the right word when speaking in English about what a lawyer does



A lawyer, also known as an (attorney/atonement), is someone who either gives (legal/law) advice to clients, or represents them in (court-room/court). People who are accused of a crime usually (hire/rent) lawyers to defend them. To be able to work as a lawyer, one must spend many years studying in (lawyer/law) school, and then become (licensed/litigated) ( = authorized to practice law). In the United States, lawyers (urn/earn) a lot of money. They are not very (good/well) liked by many people, because many (perceive/persuade) them to be dishonest. Most lawyers (specify/specialize) in one type of law (criminal law, family law, etc.)





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