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Were Can I Find Free Legal Aid For A Family Lawyer?
Look for a family law clinic at a local law school. Free legal aid is rare and very hard to come by.
What Would A Intellectual Property Attorney Expect To Make Right Out Of Law School?
Assuming They Graduated From One Of The Top 5 Intellectual Property Law Schools In The Us, What Would An Ip Attorney Expect To Make Annually During Their First Year Out Of Law School?
First, there is really no such thing as a "top 5 intellectual property law school." In reality, a school rated in the top 5 may only offer a few intellectual property classes. Law students don't specialize in any area of law when attending law school - its general in nature. Therefore, the fact that the school is a top intellectual law school is less important than its overall ranking. In other words, being ranked a top 5 intellectual property law school is worthless!!!
Ok, so assuming you go to a decent law school, the answer to your next question is ZERO. You will be unemployed. Although I believe there are still many legal jobs, the economy has restricted your ability to choose those jobs. Even in a good economy you generally cannot choose what area of law you will practice in right out of law school. Ironically, most lawyers I know started in the position they did not want to do right out of law school. Realistically, you will probably be practicing 5 to 10 years before you are able to move into IP law unless you are extremely lucky.
Assuming you somehow manage to obtain a position doing what you want, an IP lawyer, then what you make depends on many factors. These factors include, but are not limited to, your undergraduate degree, your experience, your law school rank, the law school, and the firm. Today, you can incur 250K of debt and have a whopping starting salary of 35K per year! Realistically, if your at a decent law school and in the top 25% of your class, your probably going to find a position around 60K to 80K within 6 to 9 months of graduation.
Anyway, my own personal opinion is that you need to rethink your career path. The people who ask what would x make tend to be unhappy when they don't make enough and cannot get hired in their dream job. Today, its about working hard and paying bills.
Has Any One Heard Of Legal Aid Administration Llc?
This Company Said That They Would Help Me With Legal Services , In Stead They Were Rude To Me And Will Not Give Me My Money Back. I Was Doing Some Reserch On These People And It Seems Like A Scam Just To Get Peoples Money.
The real Legal Aid doesn't charge any money- it's a volunteer led charitable organization http://www.legalaid.org/
I would contact your local BBB or State Atty General if you feel you were scammed by someone using a real company name
Best Criminal Defense Attorney/Lawyer In San Antonio Tx?
Anyone Know Of A Any Great Attorneys Or Lawyers In San Antonio Tx I Have Looked On A Website Called Avvo? Avvon? Something Like That Called About 10 Lawyers And All Couldn'T Careless And Never Called Me Back. Their Lost Of Business If You Ask Me. Also Called Attorneys.Com And Looked Up On Lawyers.Com Found None Near My Area.
What I Want Is Someone That'S Going To Fight For An Active Warrant For Not Completing My Probation Hours For A Misdemeanor Class B For Theft
Any Of You Have Seen Any Criminal Defense Lawyers, Or Firm, Attorneys On Tv With Advertisements??? I Need Help!
☆Please Don'T Send Me To Websites To Find A Lawyer/Attorney☆
Needing Legal Advice?
Okay It Is Wrong For A 30 Year Old Man To Be Sleeping With A 17 Year Old Girl,, And What Could We Do About It ?
Are you the 30 yo man or the 17 yo girl?
What is your relationship to either? Are you the girl's mother, the guy's wife,???
If you're "needing legal advice", I'm betting you don't watch too much TV.
Call the authorities to report whatever problem you might think happened.
Bankruptcy Or Not?
Does Anyone Have Some Advice? Web Sites, Lawyers, Stories,Etc...
You really haven't provided enough info here. How much debt are you carrying, what kind of debt is it, how much do you have available to pay it down and how much do you make?
Bankruptcy should be a last resort, and chances are, you can avoid it.