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Law And Becoming A Lawyer?
I'M Curious About Becoming A Lawyer But I Have No Idea What They Have To Do Really. What Do They Major In? I Also Would Like To Know A Little About Different Types Of Lawyers. I Don'T Know If I'D Be Good At Being A Trial Lawyer, But Was Wondering About Other Types Of Lawyers And What They Have To Do?

There are as many different types of lawyers as there are different types of people. When I was in law school, the other students came from very diverse backgrounds and had majored in everything from business to nursing. The major is not so important, but you should have good academic credentials in your undergraduate work. To get through law school, you have to do a lot of reading. That pretty much continues after law school. You can go into either criminal or civil law. You can work for the government or for a private company or a law firm. Many types of civil law don't require any trial work. For example, you can specialize in probate law (writing up wills and trusts for clients) or handle real estate closings, and in both cases you may never have to go to court. Most people who go to law school don't know in advance what kind of lawyer they will end up as. You may find that you would make an awesome trial lawyer, even if you don't think so now.

Where Can I Get Free Legal Advice From A Lawyer Regarding Ca Labor Law Violations?
Hi All: Where Can I Find A Good Source In Order To Find A Credible Lawyer Which Can Offer Free Legal Advice? A Group Of Us At A Certain Company Might Have A Valid Legal Case Against Our Employer, And We'Re Looking To Pursue This If Its Justifiable. After Discussing The Specific Details With Several Individuals (Including Personnel At Edd) I'Ve Been Advised To Speak To A Lawyer And Possibly Proceed With Legal Action Against My Former Employer. Workplace Issues Past* & Present: 1. Sexual Harassment* 2. Racial Harassment* 3. &Quot;Equal Pay For Equal Work&Quot; Violations. 4. After Speaking To Hr, Nothing Was Done About Points #1 & #2 For Several Months... 5. ...Except For The Bullying & Vindictive Retaliation From A Supervisor After I Spoke Up Against Points #1 & #2. 6. Controlling, Manipulative Work Environment (Specifically Management) That Is Threatening/Threatens Our Career Growth. Basically We Fear Industry Retaliation Since Its A &Quot;Small&Quot; Industry. I'D Love To Discuss The Details With A Lawyer, But Where Should I Begin?

Unfortunately, we can't believe that you have been advised to seek legal advice at this point.
A lawyer can't help you with most of these issues:

1. Sexual Harassment = you need to get a right to sue letter from the EEOC or DLSE before a legitimate lawyer will discuss a case.
2. Racial harassment = you need a right to sue letter from the EEOC or DLSE before a legitimate lawyer will discuss a case

YOU CANNOT SUE WITHOUT A RIGHT TO SUE LETTER

3. Equal pay for equal work = means that the ONLY reason you were paid less is because of your gender. Can you prove that = that the others = didn't have more education, more experience, were better interviewers, better negotiators, were getting paid more at a previous employer so the company matched salary? If just one of these items occurred or a gazillion of other things that made you not equal, you aren't equal.

4. Perfect go to the EEOC or DLSE and get your case validated. Once you have right to sue documentation, you won't have problems finding an attorney.
5. don't know what this is suppose to mean.

6. Bosses are allowed to be jerks, that's not illegal. Almost all instances that were employees think they have workplace harassment, it's not in the eyes of the law.

Need Legal Advice In Real Estate Law?
We Just Purchased A Home And Property In Kentucky And The Previous Owners Have Not Turned Over The Keys To The Home To Us. They Have Moved And Are Residing In A New House, They Still Have A Few Things In An Outbuilding. We Need To Know If We Can Go Ahead And Legally Enter The Premises Without Having A Key?

I'm not a lawyer, so this isn't legal advice. For legal advice, you need to consult with a lawyer. However....

If you purchased the house, it's yours. You don't need a previous owner's permission to enter the house or the outbuilding. (From reading your question a few times, I'm guessing that you didn't get the keys to the outbuilding, not the primary residence.) It's your property. You can do as you wish.

As for the items in the outbuilding, that's a slightly different issue. Again, I'm not a lawyer. However, if the items in the outbuilding were not addressed in the sales contract--if the sales contract didn't mention them at all--then those items transferred with the property.

If the items were addressed in the sales contract--let's say it's a lawnmower and the sales contract either said that the mower did convey or did not convey--then you go by the sales contract. That more frequently occurs with things like drapes, lighting fixtures, and appliances.

As a courtesy, you might contact the sellers and request that they remove any items from the outbuilding. However, as I said above, unless the sales contract specifically states that the items did not convey, then you own them and can do with them as you wish.

Again, for legal advice, check with a lawyer.

Hope that helps.

Harrasment Lawyer?
Need A Lawyer

Try www.findlaw.com or www.lawyers.com. I use these websites alot at work, you should be able to use it to pinpoint a good lawyer that can help you in the area you need.

Im Thinking About Being An Immigration Attorney. Can I Have Yalls Opinion?
I'M A Senior In High School. I'M Good In English, History, And Government. I Love Helping People Out. I'M Thinking About Going To The University Of Houston And Majoring In Political Science. Any Other Good School Suggestions? Do You Know Anyone Whos A Immigration Lawyer, Or Has Any Type Of Political Science Or Law Degree?

Sure, think about how most people despise lawyers anyway, and Immigration lawyers are despised even more.

You should also be aware that eventually, Immigration numbers must come down since overpopulation is already placing a strain on our natural resources. In fact, we could have already been energy independent if it were not for Immigration. Current Immigration numbers are much higher than normal due to the 1965 Immigration Act, and eventually people will realize that we are committing suicide based on a mistaken belief that Immigration numbers have always been this high.

Is Zimmerman'S Lawyer Ironic For Him?
Zimmerman'S Lawyer Is The Same Person Who Represented Caylee Johnson.Doesn'T It Sound Odd That Caylee Is Despised And Zimmerman Is Adored, At Least By His Fans.

Lawyers like high profile cases as they can make a name for themselves. Then they use that to run for political office. Look at John Edwards as one who successfully did that. Keep in mind that we are more or less turning out government over to lawyers.

While the Constitution does not say it, it is now pretty well set up that to be a judge you have to be a lawyer. So we have given the lawyers 100% control over the Judiciary, or 1/3rd of the government. The majority of the Representatives and Senators are lawyers. So we more or less have given them control of the Legislature. Another 1/3rd of the government. And more and more we are electing lawyers as President. Obama for example. So that is another 1/3rd. We need to wise up and stop electing lawyers because above all else, they take care of lawyers. For example, tort reform would be good for everyone EXCEPT lawyers. So we will never see tort reform.

This guy will run for political office in the next 4-5 years, probably trying for a Senate seat. You watch, he will get elected.