Client or Legal Advocate, Which Role Suits You Better?
Client or Legal Advocate, which role suits you better? To answer that question, we should first define what a client and legal advocate is. Clients refer to anyone no matter their status or position who posts a question on the Legist app. A client could be a school teacher, a college student, a janitor, a doctor or even a lawyer. As long as you post anything, you have achieved client status.
On the other hand, an advocate is anyone who replies and satisfies the curiosity of a client. Just like clients, advocates can be anyone who believes they have important information that would satisfy the client. The advocate could be knowledgeable about the law or could just be speaking from personal experience. Nevertheless, all inputs of any kind are welcome.
In order to use the Legist app, users must make a choice to sign in as a client or an advocate. To find out which fits you, learning the qualities of each side will help. Clients are those who ask questions, so on the client side of the app, you can ask a question by posting about it. You can also access the various categories that personify the nature of the question being asked. Finally, only clients can invite friends to the app.
On the other hand, advocates cannot post questions, but they can reply and comment on posted questions. But perhaps the most important ability of an advocate is their ability to initiate a chat with any clients of their choice, in order to provide a more in depth and personal answer to their questions.
Both sides of the app offer different benefits to the app users and to find which role suits you better, simply follow this guideline and choose the side that aligns the most with your values and goals.