What Is a Lawyer?
A person who practices or studies law; an attorney or a counselor. A lawyer can handle all sorts of legal matters from drafting wills to patent claims to defending people against criminal charges. Qualified lawyers have to attend law school and pass a bar exam in order to practice law. Lawyer, of course, means one who practices the law. "Law" itself comes from the Old Norse root word lag, which means something laid down or fixed.
most make between $50,000 and $250,000 a year. The median salary is about $113,000
The education/training needed for this career is attending law school & complete law degree. Before that you must first complete a bachelor’s degree.
Types Of Lawyers
There is different types of lawyers in the world of law. Such as family lawyers, criminal lawyers, divorce attorney, tax lawyer, district attorney, and personal injury lawyer.