Barristers offer legal advice and represents their clients in court - who can be individuals or organisations. Barristers are usually hired by solicitors to represent their client in court to plead their case.
A Barrister’s Clerk runs the administrative side of a barrister’s chambers and helps organise and run business activities. The term ‘clerk’ is historically derived; clerks have demanding jobs which require a high level of legal knowledge, sometimes specialising in their chambers field of practice.
Solicitors provide legal advice to their client, taking their instructions from clients and advising on the best course of action.
Trademark Attorneys are legal professionals who advise clients about protecting their trademark rights. Trademarks can take the form of logos, shapes, or company names and are used to identify a person, company, product or service.