One of the most diverse jobs out there
Lawyers advise and represent individuals, business, and government agencies on legal issues and disputes. They do advise and represent clients in courts, before government agencies, and in private legal matters. Lawyers communicate with their clients and others. Conduct research and analysis of legal problems. Interpret laws, rulings, and regulations for individuals and businesses. Present facts in writing and verbally to their clients or others and argue on their behalf. Prepare and file legal documents, such as lawsuits, wills , etc.
- It takes 7 years of full time study after high school- 4 years of undergradute study and 3 years of law school
- Most states require a J.D. (juris doctor degree) from a law school accredited by the American Bar association.
- A bachelors degree is required to enter most law schools along with courses of English, public speaking, government, history, economics, and mathematics
- Almost every law school requires applicants to take the LSAT or Law School Administration Test
- Lawyers have to take the bar exam to become licensed in order to practice law in any state
- after all that Lawyers must continue their legal education every year or every 3 years by state law