110- Legal professionals not elsewhere classified
Legal professionals not elsewhere classified
This occupation covers judicial and other legal professionals not covered under legal professions. It includes those who perform legal functions other than pleading or prosecuting cases or presiding over judicial proceedings such as those that can provide or present expert information on causes of death, the science of the law, or official status of arrangements pertaining to property transfer, documents and contracts, or personal, business and administrative problems.
This occupation covers judicial and other legal professionals not covered under legal professionals such as a coroner or forensic pathologist giving expert advice in a court, in cases where documents require official notarization or recognition/affirmation by an approved person/body such as a notary or registrar, or where the science of law advice is sought and presented by a person (e.g. Jurist except lawyer or judge) versed in the science of law or a writer on legal subjects. Also included is other such persons permitted to provide particular expert legal advice as to the official status of documents and persons/businesses to a court. It may also encompass preparation, publication and maintenance of official court and legal documents such as daily court lists, court records and recording monies paid to the court.
Job activities and tasks include:
- giving advice on legal aspects of various personal, business and administrative problems
- drawing up legal documents and contracts
- arranging property transfers
- determining, by inquest, the causes of any death not obviously due to natural causes
Higher specialized knowledge of principles, concepts and techniques in field of work, discipline and/or professional practice
Lawyers do most of their work in offices, law libraries, and courtrooms. They sometimes meet in clients? homes or places of business and, when necessary, in hospitals or prisons. They may travel to attend meetings, gather evidence, and appear before courts, legislative bodies, and other authorities.
Bachelor of Law or Juris Doctor (J.D.) as the first professional degree or related field of work/discipline, higher qualification or equivalent.
Required Work Experience:
5 - 7 Years and above.
Ministry of Interior, Abu Dhabi Judicial Department, Abu Dhabi Fund of Development, Dubai Courts, Manazel Real Estate, Banks, Insurance Firms, Real Estate Companies, Government agencies, and other large organizations.
Less than 5,000
Higher than the industry average
Examples of job titles:
Coroner - Jurist (except lawyer or judge) - Notary
Examples of some related occupations:
Medical examiner - Coroner - Deputy coroner - Forensic pathologist - Medical legal investigator (MLI) - Tribunal member - Administrative lawyer - Court registrar - Judicial registrar - Law researcher - Legal officer - Parliamentary counsel - Patent attorney - Trade mark attorney
UAE Industry Groups:
Business, administration, tourism, retail and leisure service
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Source Of Info:
Occupations and Careers Handbook for UAE Nationals(Copyright NQA ). Referenced from New York University, Abu Dhabhi