How To Practise In Spain

How To Practise In Spain

Spain’s fantastic weather, relaxed way of life and proximity to the UK and other European countries has meant that Spain has always been a popular destination for foreigners. Our team of Spanish lawyers who speak English – and lawyer in spain who speak Spanish  – can look at your specific circumstances and give you the help and advice that you need, as you need it – leaving out the jargon and making it plain and simple to understand.

Sometimes it is not necessary to get medical reports translated into Spanish, because most highly educated people in Spain can read an English document sufficiently well to enable them to make an assessment, but if a medical report is going to be submitted to court it’ll have to be translated into Spanish by a specially qualified translator, and the cost can sometimes run into thousands of euros depending on the length and complexity of the document.

After that, they must undertake a one year of training under a senior lawyer (called Pupillage/ Apprenticeship/ Intern-ship /Training) at the conclusion of which, they have to take a Bar exam consisting of multiple choice question paper( or in some cases a professional exam) and an interview with a committee of lawyers.

We can put you in touch with a lawyer located in most areas of Spain including Alicante, Barcelona, Denia, Fuerteventura, Galicia, Ibiza, La Zenia, Lanzarote, Madrid, Malaga, Mallorca, Marbella, Murcia, Torreveija, Tenerife, Valencia, Villamartin… and many many more!

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