The Counsel


The counsel aims to resolve the client’s problem.

The advice must be sound therefore it will be the result of thorough judicial study.

It must also be given promptly; the lawyer will take this into account when organising their analysis.

What is more the advice given should be concrete and appropriate; if the Law does not provide a solution to a problem (which is possible) the lawyer must clearly state this and provide advice which takes this uncertainty into consideration.

It must also be economical; the counsel is given according to the costs of putting the advice into practice.