practising certificate

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An annual certificate issued by the Law Society to a solicitor entitling him to practise. The fee chargeable includes the premium of an insurance policy indemnifying the solicitor against the consequences of professional negligence. Barristers obtain an annual practising certificate from the Bar Council after they have successfully completed a twelve-month pupillage and have attended further education courses required by the Bar Council.

Subjects: Law.

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