Unformatted text preview: What is practice of law?
. Any activity. in and out of court. that requires the
application of law, legal procedure. knowledge, training
and experience. Moreover, we ruled that to engage in the
practice of law is to perform those acts which are
characteristics of the profession: to practice law is to
give notice or render any kind of service, which device
or service requires the use in any degree of legal
knowledge or skill. - Query of Atty. Silverio-Buffe.
A.N. No. 08-6-352-RTC 
What is practice of law?
The practice of law is not limited to the conduct of
cases or litigation in court: it embraces the
preparation of pleadings and other papers incident to
actions and special proceedings. the management of such
actions and proceedings on behalf of clients before
judges and courts, and in addition. conveyancing.
In general, all advice to clients. and all action taken
for them in matters connected with the law xxx. -
Aguirre v. Rana, B. M. No. 1036. June 10. 2003...
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