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Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will recognize that there are many lawyers in your area that advertise that they focus on your kind of case. This can make the whole process of finding one with a great deal of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the following it will be possible to define your search to the right one out of almost no time. Step one is to generate a listing of the lawyers which can be listed in your area that specialize in your situation. While you are causeing this to be list you ought to only include those you have an excellent vibe about depending on their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down by using a bit of time evaluating their internet site. There you should certainly find the amount of years they have been practicing and several general details about their success rates. At this point your list ought to have shrunken further to individuals that you felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate level of experience. You should then take time to check out independent reviews of every attorney. Be sure you see the reviews rather than just counting on their overall rating. The info in the reviews will provide you with a concept of the direction they connect to their customers and the length of time they invest into each case they are working on. Finally, it is advisable to meet with at least the very last three lawyers that have the credentials you are looking for. This will give you some time to genuinely evaluate how interested they can be in representing you and the case. It is vital that you follow every one of these steps to ensure that you find a person that has the best level of experience to obtain the ideal outcome.

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Legal Advice?
If U Had A Family Member 65 Years Or So That Has Never Been Convicted Of A Crime For The Whole 30 Somewhat Years They Been In American But Is Not A Legal Citizen Of America. How Can U Go About Fixing This Situation For Them And Helping Them Become A Citizen? Will There Be A Penalty? Would It Cost Alot? How Do U Go About This? Serious Answers Please. Thanks In Advance.

You have to go to the immigration where you live and help them apply for naturalization. There is a fee for the processing. In NJ its about $400. The person then will be mailed a date to have fingerprinting done and then take a test. You can get study guides of the test from www.uscis.gov. It will also give you some more info.

Im Really Interested In Becoming A Criminal Defense Attorney.. Im In High School. Where Do I Start?
Any Advice? Where Can I Intern / Get Practice? What Do I Study (My School Dose Not Offer Any Classes For This Career)? Help?

I am a retired attorney and spent five years doing criminal defense work.

You do not take courses in criminal law until law school.

In high school get the best grades and board scores possible. Go to a good university. Most state universities are fine. I went to one and majored in history. Amy major which requires a lot of critical reading and writing is fine preparation for law school. There is no major called pre-law, which is simply a description of your reason for being in undergraduate school.

At the start of your senior year in college, apply to several law schools. You will need to take the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). The best time to take it is in June of your junior year in college or in September of your senior year, so you will need to take the test before you apply to law schools. The test is similar to the SAT, but much more difficult. It lasts half a day. Look at the LSAT website for info.

Apply to at least eight law schools. Just as for undergraduate school, include "fit", "reach" and "safety" schools. Be sure that the law school is approved by the American Bar Association. See their website.

Go to the best law school you can, but any ABA approved law school is fine. Unless you are going to one of the ten top national law schools, it is easiest to go in the state where you plan to practice. The law schools at state universities are fine.

In law school, compete for a position on the best law review. Law reviews are student-edited legal journals and membership on one is highly valued by employers. If you make law review, it will take a lot of your time.

In your summers in law school, try to do internships in law offices which handle criminal law. They may or may not be paid. It does not matter if they do prosecution or defense law.

In your third (last) year of law school, apply for a job in a public defender's office. This is the best on-the-job training you can get. You can also get good training in a prosecutor's office.

Take a bar exam review course before you take the bar exam.

Pass the bar exam, be admitted to the bar and you are now a lawyer!

I hope you enjoy criminal defense law. (Please read this whole paragraph before coming to any conclusions.) You will spend all day working with criminals, as most of your clients will not be first offenders, but will already have been convicted of other crimes and have spent time in jail or prison. Most of them are not very nice people. They will lie to you. You will lose most of your cases as district attorneys prosecute many more guilty people than innocent ones.

Perhaps after about five years, you will decide that you would rather be a criminal cases prosecutor and you will join a prosecutor's office.
I did and was much happier in this position. I then, due to circumstance outside my profession, was able to retire at age 51.

Good luck and please feel free to email me if you have other questions,

Can An Attorney Pay A Referral Fee To You For Referring Someone To Them?
Just Wondering If Attorneys Can Pay Referral Fees For Stuff Like Bankruptcies. I'D Imagine It Would Vary By State. Any Insight Would Be Appreciated.

Correct; it depends on the State. In California it is illegal for an attorney to pay a referral fee to a nonattorney.

Nearly all consumer bankruptcy attorneys offer free consultations. Take advantage of this to meet with one and get advice based on all of the details of your particular situation. You can find a referral at NACBA.org (National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys).

Where Do I Go To Get A Good Medical Malpractice Attorney?
I Busted My Thumb Driving A Few Months Ago, An Orthopaedic Surgeon Was Recommended To Me And He Thought My Best Option Was To Undergo Surgery. Now My Thumb Is Even Worse Than It Ever Was And I Can'T Work. Where Should I Go To Get Some Help To Deal With My Financial Problems?

First you need to find another ortho surgeon who will certify that your problem is due to medical malpractice. Then you need to find a medical malpractice attorney who will handle your issues.

What Do You Have To Do To Become A Lawyer?
I'M 14 And I Am Very Strong-Willed About Becoming A Lawyer. I Am Starting My Gcse'S In September And I Have Chosen To Do: Triple Science, French, History, Gcse P.E (And An Extra Gcse Of Law At College Once A Week) Have I Chose The Right Subjects - Excluding Gcse P.E. And Triple Science? Furthermore, I'M Not Sure What Type Of Lawyer I Want To Be Yet, But What Else Would I Need To Do To Become A Lawyer? Moreover, How Much - A Year - Do Lawyers Make? I'D Love To Get Answers From Lawyers If Possible Or Just People Who Know A Lot About This Subject In General! One Last Question In This Question Is What Should I Do And Where Should I Go After High School To Fulfill This Goal? Thank You For Your Answers! I Appreciate Them All Greatly!

There are a lot of different types of law, but they all involve research, writing, and hard work. Types such as criminal lawyer, Civil Litigator and, a Corporate / Commercial Lawyer.

Earnings

Lawyers work for large corporations, government agencies, law firms (which can range in size from just a few lawyers to several hundred), or for themselves as sole practitioners.

After completing law school, lawyers must work for a year as an articling student before they can write the bar exams. Most articling students receive a salary for their work. Their earnings range from about $25,000 to $70,000 a year, depending on the employer.

In general, fully qualified lawyers are paid quite well. Most make between $50,000 and $165,000 a year. The national average salary is somewhere between $85,000 and $125,000 a year.

However, not all lawyers have high salaries; a lot depends where they work and what type of law they practice. For example, a sole practitioner starting out in a small town may take home as little as $35,000 a year. A lawyer working for a small non-profit group may make a similar amount.

On the other hand, a senior tax lawyer at an established corporate law firm might make more than $500,000 a year. A personal injury lawyer who wins a big case may earn just as much.

The way in which lawyers are compensated varies as well. First year lawyers are typically paid a salary, as are those who work for government agencies or large companies. But most lawyers who work for law firms are paid according to the number of hours they work. Partners at law firms usually get a percentage of the firm’s profits as well.

Contingency fees are a common practice in some areas. Under a contingency fee agreement, a civil litigator gets a portion of the money, or “damages,” awarded to his or her client in a successful case, instead of being paid directly by the client.

Lawyers who are willing to relocate usually have the easiest time finding employment. However, moving to another province usually means writing another set of bar exams to get licensed in that province.

It really all depends on experience :) some lawyers make millions!


Education

High school students interested in becoming a lawyer should take courses in English, history, and law and government.

To become a lawyer, you must attend law school and complete a law degree. Before applying to law school, you must complete at least 2 years of undergraduate studies at university (except in Quebec, where you can get into law school straight from a CEGEP). However, because the admission process is extremely competitive, most applicants have at least a bachelor’s degree. Bachelor’s degrees usually take 4 years to complete.

A degree in any subject is acceptable but those that allow students to develop their research and writing skills, such as English, history, or political science, can be particularly helpful. Before starting law school, you may wish to take courses in the area in which you intend to specialize. For example, take business courses if you want to be a corporate lawyer or child psychology if you want to work for child protection agencies.

To get into law school you need very good marks. You almost always need to write an aptitude test called the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) as well.

Law school usually takes 3 years of full-time study to complete, and the degree you get is either a Juris Doctor (JD) or a Bachelor of Laws (LLB, or BCL in Quebec). Some universities offer combined law and business administration programs that result in the JD or LLB and Master of Business Administration (MBA) degrees.

After graduating from law school, you still need to work for approximately 1 year as an articling student, under the direction of licensed lawyers (fortunately, you usually get paid for this) before you can become a licensed lawyer. You must also successfully complete the bar admission program, including classes and exams, which takes several weeks to several months to finish.

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What Are The Top Five Ip Law Firms In The Seattle Area To Work As A Biotech Patent Agent?
I Am Looking To Relocate To The West Coast And Am Investigating Seattle And Various California Cities. I Am A Registered Patent Agent (4 Yrs Ago) With A Bs In Biochemistry, And A Very Strong Background In Sequence Listings And Sequence Searching. I Have Worked For An International Bioinformatics Company. I Am Currently Working As An Ip Legal Assistant For Attorneys For A Large Boston Law Firm And Thus Am Quite Familiar With Patent Prosecution. I Am Looking To Do Patent Work Such As Sequence Listings, Sequence Searching, Sequence Analysis, Patentability Searches (Have Done Those), And Patent Prosecution. I Am Aware Seed Is A Top Firm In This Regard.

Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe (HEWM) in the San Francisco headquarters has a huge IP dept. with many IP attorneys in their other branches (Seattle being one), though not as many. The San Diego branch, though smaller, is made up of a lot of IP attys b/c of the huge biotech boom there. Seattle had more environmental attys than anything (seems to be the trend for the whole state), but still had IP attys there. HEWM is well known as a 1st class firm within all the CA atty's I've talked to, evoking an ooh and ahh about the firm.