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Law society

A Law Society is a body of lawyers who, generally in Commonwealth countries or provinces under such a country that have a regulatory role under the constitution of the particular nation-state or other law that grants the body the right to supervise the training and qualifications of lawyers, often called barristers and solicitors in common law jurisdictions.

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