Becoming a Litigation Lawyer!

By: Paige DeMaria

What is a Litigation Lawyer?

A litigation lawyer is referring to the rules and practices involved in resolving disputes in the court system. A litigation lawyer can work on anything from a divorce or an eviction notice.

Education needed!

To become a litigation lawyer, you require at least seven years of study and three years of law school. You first need to earn a bachelors degree and you need to be taking classes in English, history, political science, mathematics and government. You need to pass the bar exam to receive your law license.


Why I want to become a Litigation Lawyer!

I want to become a litigation lawyer because I want to help make a difference and change lives for the better of society. I would like to represent people in the court of law.


The salary of a litigation lawyer depends because you can be more advanced and get a larger pay but for average, you get $57.39 an hour and $96,503 annually.

Skills required

  • communication
  • Problem solving
  • Research
  • Writing
  • To be Understandable/clear
  • Loud