Difference between revisions of "Fused profession"

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'''Fused profession''' describes jurisdictions where the [[legal]] [[profession]] is not split between barristers and solicitors. The term is generally used in countries which, following the [[England|English]] model, had this split, but have provided by [[statute]] for there to be a single legal profession. The legal profession in the [[United States]] is fused.
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'''Fused profession''' describes jurisdictions where the [[legal]] [[profession]] is not split between [[barrister|barristers]] and [[solicitor|solicitors]]. The term is generally used in countries which, following the [[England|English]] model, had this split, but have provided by [[statute]] for there to be a single legal profession. The legal profession in the [[United States]] is fused.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 04:10, 7 March 2013

Fused profession describes jurisdictions where the legal profession is not split between barristers and solicitors. The term is generally used in countries which, following the English model, had this split, but have provided by statute for there to be a single legal profession. The legal profession in the United States is fused.