Democratic countries like Canada would consider Lawyers central figures.
A Lawyers' job may involve court cases, traffic disputes, malpractice, corporate legalities, real estate transactions, law making, law enforcement, and much more. Law firms may be operated with partners or alone in private law practice.
More and more Canadian attorneys work for industry, small businesses, government agencies, international organizations, private trade associations, public interest groups, legal aid offices, and universities. Canadian Judges are drawn exclusively from Canada’s finest lawyers.