Legal Executives

Legal executives are qualified lawyers specialising in a particular area of law. They will have passed the Institute of Legal Executives (“ILEX”) Professional Qualification in Law.Their day-to-day work is similar to that of a solicitor; handling various legal aspects of a property transfer, assisting in the formation of a company, involvement in actions in the High Court or County Courts, drafting wills, advising clients accused of serious or petty crime, or families with matrimonial problems – and many other matters that affect us in our domestic and business affairs.Trainee Legal Executives tend to combine practical experience of legal work with ILEX academic training from day one, which enables them to ‘earn while they learn’ and helps to minimise student debts.Students will usually attend their local college on day release or for one or two evenings a week, or study the ILEX qualification by distance learning with ILEX Tutorial College.Legal Executives may, with further study, qualify as solicitors. A Fellow (fully qualified Legal Executive with at least 5 years practical experience under the supervision of a solicitor, 2 of which must have been gained after qualification) may be given exemption from completing a full training contract.

You need to know the following about to deal with your lawyer “

Take copy of your file ?

The best questions you can ask your lawyer are, for example: Do you mind that I will photograph the case directly from the court every period? If the answer is yes, then it is evidence of the lawyer’s confidence in himself and his confidence in his good work, and vice versa, and in order to ensure getting the best possible result and for your case to be the first priority of the lawyer, be sure to follow up with him permanently and periodically and it is right to ask for a copy of your case file Every now and then.

The question is, is it required that the lawyer be aggressive on the other side? Here we return to the first point that we talked about respect, because the biggest mistake some lawyers make is slipping into a dispute with his client, so that he becomes a opponent of the second party, and he often negatively affects the case, because a successful lawyer must always be calm and calm in his dealings with everybody. And diplomacy in dealing with litigants may be the most effective way to resolve complex disputes, and some quiet lawyers often have the same reason for forcing the opponent to solve the case, and the old belief that prevailed that the lawyer should be a totally wrong attack is offensive and hostile. And the loud voice delays and does not present, rather it complicates the issues and makes it difficult to solve, because it transports the issue to the circle of enmity, and makes bowing difficult is not tolerated by the opponent, but rather that the damned young lawyers are closer to losing and losing the chances of success.