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Civil Lawyers

A civil lawyer is responsible for conducting certain legal processes on behalf of her clients. The lawyer will not only provide advice to her client in advance of the case being heard, but will also represent her client in court. As with criminal cases, this involves preparing a case, examining evidence and arguing the client's case in front of a judge. Any lawyer has a fundamental legal responsibility to act in the best interests of her client within the boundaries of the law. This includes a crucial legal requirement to maintain confidentiality. A Civil lawyer focuses on cases involving wills, trusts, divorce, child custody, litigation, contracts, mortgages, titles, leases and damage suits, according to The Bureau of Labor Statistics.

The role and responsibilities of a civil litigation attorney can be challenging and diverse. It is an adversarial process with two or more parties pitted against each other.

The lawyer is his client's advocate, obligated to fight for him to achieve the best possible outcome on the client's behalf. Lawyers specializing in this field must be willing to assume oppositional positions, to embrace conflict and controversy, and to effectively act as human pit bulls in defense of their clients.

Lawyers and litigation paralegals in this field often work long hours, especially during trial.