Practicing Law in Sweden

In Sweden, unlike many other countries, there is no such thing as a "lawyers monopoly" for practicing law. Thus, anyone who feels apt to practice law may also do so, with or without a law degree, in court as well as outside. Although the Swedish system on its surface seems lax, the reality is the opposite. The predominant majority of law practitioners are accredited lawyers, known as “Advokat”. And even if the title does not entitle to any substantial statutory...

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