Italian solicitor - Italian lawyer

Italian Solicitor

Q Question:  What is the difference between Italian lawyerItalian solicitor, Italian barrister and Italian attorney? I heard Italian solicitors can discuss cases in court nationwide.

A Answer: When you hear the word “Solicitor” in Italy the speaker is referring to an Avvocato, i.e., a professional licensed to practice Italian law. Italian Solicitors are allowed to practice law and represent clients nationwide, in and out of court.  


Nomenclature: Italian Lawyer, Italian Solicitor, Italian Attorney


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