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Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will see that there are loads of lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise which they focus on your sort of case. This may make the process of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, in the event you follow the following it will be possible to narrow down your quest off to the right one in very little time. The initial step is to produce a set of the lawyers which can be listed in the area that specialize in your needs. When you are causeing this to be list you ought to only include those you have an excellent vibe about depending on their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down if you take a little while evaluating their internet site. There you must be able to find how many years they are practicing plus some general specifics of their success rates. At this moment your list ought to have shrunken further to the people that you simply felt had professional websites and an appropriate level of experience. You need to then take time to check out independent reviews for each attorney. Make sure you browse the reviews instead of just counting on their overall rating. The details in the reviews will provide you with an idea of the direction they communicate with the clientele and how much time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you will want to talk with a minimum of the very last three lawyers that have the credentials you are searching for. This gives you enough time to really evaluate how interested they may be in representing your case. It really is vital that you follow every one of these steps to ensure that you hire a company containing the best level of experience to help you get the perfect outcome.

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Switching Careers Arts To Law Advice?
I Have An Associate Of Arts And Associate Of Science In Graphic Design. I Am Thinking About What I Should Major Into For A Bachelors Degree, And I'M Having Trouble Deciding. Originally, I Had Planned To Get A Degree Related To The Arts Like In Graphic Arts. However, The Absolute Lack Of Work, Especially Steady Work Scares Me. I Don'T Want To Be A Freelancer, And Finding A Permanent Job In Design Is Very Tough. So I Am Thinking About Eventually Going To Law School. What Kind Of Bachelors Should I Get Then? Poli Sci? Business? I Am Not So Great With Math, So Business Is A Tough One, With Stats And Calculus. Please Help! And Please Don'T Even Bother Telling Me To Stick With What &Quot;I Like&Quot; I Can'T Afford To Do That.

Your area of study in college is not going to have as much impact on your chances of admission into a top law school as your GPA and the reputation and standing of your college and the department for your major.

Writing and reading comprehension skills as well as critical analysis and thinking are the primary assets that law school develops and a good lawyer utilizes. Fields of study in college that focus on these skills, political science, literature, philosophy,history etc. are typical majors for law school applicants.

However, if your intent is to practice patent law, or you at least want to keep that avenue open as a legal career option a science degree (or enough matriculation to be qualified to receive a science degree) is required for admission to the patent bar.

I should caution you that generally speaking, it's been my observation that people that have shared your motivations and reasoning for becoming a lawyer generally end up being very dissatisfied with their careers and many end up abandoning the practice of law within 10-15 years of graduation.

Your tuition fees alone for 4 years of college and 3 years of law school are likely to exceed $150k, possibly even $200k at the rate tuitions are rising for law school each year. If you are going to finance your education primarily through student loans, that means you are either going to end up taking an associate position in a big law firm (assuming you can even get one of those coveted positions) working well over 2500 hours a year, often 80 hours or more a week, constantly tied to work with your firm issued blackberry and laptop, in a work atmosphere and culture that you may find extremely tedious and stifling, or you will take a position that pays significantly less and live a very hard lifestyle under crushing student loan debt for many many years.

Be aware that, contrary to a commonly held belief, your first job as a practicing attorney is not going to pay that much unless you do work at a big law firm, and you will not likely get a job at a big law firm unless you graduate in the top quarter of your class from a tier 1 (top ranked) law school. The national average for first year attorney salaries is in the 50k-75k range.

Also if you thought the job market for your current career field is bad, you should be aware it is probably exponentially worse for lawyers. Even in a healthy economy, there are simply too many law schools churning out too many law school graduates each year that the market cannot support which is why many law school graduates cannot get employed as an attorney even a year after graduation, and why many of those who do get employed end up in attorney jobs that they do not like or even hate. In this recession, there have been thousands of attorney layoffs in this year to date alone and were thousands last year as well. Law firms that were well established names in the industry for decades have dissolved. Oh and that big law salary for first year associates? It has been cut from $160k to $140-145k with no raises or bonuses for many of them.

I'm not saying this to scare you away from pursuing a career in law. I am happy with my career (so far - touch wood), but the manner in which I decided to pursue it was much more informed and planned than most, and everyday I see many of my peers that are not happy or downright miserable with their career choice. I am just suggesting you seriously reconsider your reasons and perhaps take some time to get some direct exposure to law practice (internship, part time staff job etc.) while you are in college before making the jump after college graduation to law school.

Best Lawyer Joke..............?
My Favorite Professor Is A Lawyer.... His Birthday Is The Last Day Of Class.... I Want To Give Him A Card.... With A Lawyer Joke In It... Best Answer To Best Joke --- He Has A Sense Of Humor, So Don'T Worry About It If It'S 'Off-Color' -- But Should You Not Want To Post It, You Can Email It To Me.... Thanks :)

Q: What is the difference between a tick and a lawyer?
A tick falls off of you when you die.

Q: Why does the law society prohibit sex between lawyers and their clients?
A: To prevent clients from being billed twice for essentially the same service.

Q: What do you call a lawyer who doesn't chase ambulances?
A: Retired.

Q: How many lawyers does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Six. One to change the bulb and five to write the environmental impact statement.

Q: What do you call a smiling, sober, courteous person at a bar association convention?
A: The caterer.

Q: Why are lawyers like nuclear weapons?
A: If one side has one, the other side has to get one. Once launched, they cannot be recalled. When they land, they screw up everything forever.

Q: What do you get if you send a prostitute to law school?
A: A ******* know-it-all.

Q: What do lawyers use for birth control?
A: Their personalities.

Q: What can a goose do, a duck can't, and a lawyer should?
A: Stick his bill up his @$%.

Q: What's the difference between a lawyer and a rooster?
When a rooster wakes up in the morning, its primal urge is to cluck defiance.

Q: Have you heard about the lawyers' word processor?
A: No matter what font you select, everything come out in fine print.

Q: Did you hear about the new microwave lawyer?
A: You spend eight minutes in his office and get billed as if you'd been there eight hours.

Q: Did you hear about the group of terrorists that hijacked a plane full of lawyers?
A: They called down to ground control with their list of demands, threatening that if their demands weren't met, they would release one lawyer every hour.

Q: How can you tell when a lawyer is lying?
A: His lips are moving.

Q: If you see a lawyer on bicycle, why should you swerve to avoid hitting him?
A: That might be your bicycle.

Q: How many lawyers does it take to roof a house?
A: Depends on how thin you slice them.

Q: How many lawyers does it take to change a light bulb?

Answer #1: Fifty four. Eight to argue, one to get a continuance, one to object, one to demur, two to research precedents, one to dictate a letter, one to stipulate, five to turn in their time sheets, two to depose, one to write interrogatories, two to settle, one to order a secretary to change the bulb, and twenty-eight to bill for professional services.

Answer #2: It only takes one lawyer to change your light bulb... to his.

Answer #3: How many can you afford?

Answer #4: Heck, you need 250 just to apply for the research grant.

Q: How do you get a group of lawyers to smile for a picture?
A: Just say "Fees!"

Q: Why are lawyers so good at racketball?
A: Because they stoop so low.

Q: How does an attorney sleep?
A: First he lies on one side, and then on the other.

Q: What would happen if you lock a zombie in a room full of lawyers?
A: He would starve to death.

Q: What do you call a lawyer with an I.Q. of 50?
A: Senator.

Q: What do you call a lawyer gone bad?
A: "Your honor."

Q: What do you call a smiling, sober, courteous person at a bar association convention?
A: The caterer.

Q: What does it mean when a lawyer tells his clients he has a sliding fee schedule?
A: It means that after you pay his bill, it's financially hard to get back on your feet.

Q: What do you call 5000 dead lawyers at the bottom of the ocean?
A good start!

Q: Why do they bury lawyers twelve feet deep?
A: Because deep down, they are really good guys.

Q: Why won't sharks attack lawyers?
A: Professional courtesy.

Q: What do you have when a lawyer is buried up to his neck in sand?
A: A shortage of sand.

Q: How do you get a lawyer out of a tree?
A: Cut the rope.

Q: Do you know how to save a drowning lawyer?

Answer #1: Take your foot off his head.

Answer #2: No? Good!

Q: What is the definition of a shame (as in "that's a shame")?
A: When a busload of lawyers goes off a cliff.

Q: What is the definition of a "crying shame"?
A: There was an empty seat.

Q: Where can you find a good lawyer?
A: In the cemetary.

Q: What's the difference between a lawyer and a boxing referee?
A: A boxing referee doesn't get paid extra for a longer fight.

Q: What's the difference between a lawyer and a leech?
A: When you die, a leech will stop sucking your blood and drop off.

Q: What's the difference between a lawyer and an angry rhinoceros?
A: The lawyer charges more.

Q: What's the difference between a lawyer and a trampoline?
A: You take off your shoes to jump on a trampoline!

Q: What's the difference between a lawyer and a computer nerd?
A: Sooner or later everyone needs a lawyer.

Q: What's the difference between a lawyer and a catfish?
A: One is a scum-sucking bottom feeder, and the other is a catfish.

Q: What's the difference between a dead skunk in the road and a dead lawyer in the road?
A: There are skid marks in front of the skunk.

Q: What's the difference between a hooker and a lawyer?
A: A hooker will stop screwing you after you are dead.

Q: What's the difference between a lawyer and a gigolo?
A: A gigolo only screws one person at a time.

Q: What's the difference between a lawyer and a vampire?
A: A vampire only sucks blood at night.

Q: What's the difference between a lawyer and a vulture?
A: A lawyer can take off his wingtips.

Q: What's the difference between a good lawyer and a bad lawyer?
A: A bad lawyer can let a case drag out for several years. A good lawyer can make it last even longer

Question About Getting Into Law School?
I'M At A Public University That Is A D-Ii School, I Know That'S Just For Sports But I Don'T Know How To Explain It. I'M At A Small University In Missouri And I Was Wondering If It'S Possible To Get Into Large University Law Schools? Like University Of Missouri, Tennessee, Etc. With A 3.5 G.P.A. And An Average Lsat? I'M Only A Freshman In College, But Want To Know My Chances With A 3.5, An Average Lsat, And Being From A Small Missouri University. Thank You.

Law school admission is almost exclusively based on LSAT and GPA. Here is a link to the average LSATs and GPAs for all accredited US schools:
http://officialguide.lsac.org/Release/SchoolsABAData/admission.aspx?schoolinfo=admission

Going to a smaller state school should not hurt your chances at Missouri or Tennessee, so long as you keep your grades up; however, you will have a very good chance at substantial scholarship money if you can pull a 3.85 or above.

Ive Been Refused Emergency Legal Aid, Does This Mean I Cant Get Legal Aid At All?

If you were refused legal aid, then you were deemed financially able to pay for your own attorney.

Generally, legal aid is only supplied to people with very little (or no) money. So, unfortunately, if you have a certain income, then, yep, you're gonna have to pay for it all, all by yourself.

I think. Maybe the state grants, like, semi-scholarships. But I don't think so. You could research this yourself online, or call your local legal aid offices and ask.

Does Anyone Know How To Find A Retired Attorney Or Who Might Have His Old Files?
Looking For Attorney That Did A Will In 1981.

I had the exact same problem several years ago when my mother in law died. If the attorney worked for a firm, they should still have the records. If not, the attorney may have sold their practice to someone else. In that case contact the Bar Association in that state, they may be able to assist you.

The Selective Service Laws Needs To Change?
Think For A Second, &Quot;All Woman When They Turn 18 Must Register For Selective Service Or Lose College Loans, Etc.&Quot; This Is 2007. We All Benefit From Living In America. It Is Wrong To Mandate Only Males Serve In The Military If A Draft Is Put In Place. Ladies, You Should Be As Vocal For Young Men As You Would If Only Young Women Had To Register. You Can'T Have It Both Ways.

You are correct and wrong. The better view is no selective service. Really. Right now we have a system to catch the college bound males and the poorer ones at that. Not very fair. I say do away with it. You want to find the young people for some war? Drivers licenses are the easiest way to track them down. Both men and women. If the need really arises.

If we are to keep this system that we have now, pass the ERA to the constitution, and then sign up the ladies. Also, pay them equal pay.
I remember watching the draft lottery, and hearing my draft number coming up at 315. That was the first lottery. They called up until 290 in October and stopped for the year. I remember taking that card out of my wallet and tossing it into a desk drawer.