In Brazil, there is no differentiation between lawyers who are allowed to plead for clients in the lower courts or the higher courts. A barrister in Brazil would be called "advogado" (attorney; lawyer), "advogado processualista" or "advogado de contencioso" (litigator).
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(UK & COMMONWEALTH) a lawyer that is allowed to plead for a client in the lower and higher courts (NB a solicitor is only allowed to plead for a client in the lower courts, although it is far more common for a barrister to plead and for a solicitor to instruct the barrister)
His barrister entered no plea to a drink-driving allegation.