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I Want To Be A Criminal Lawyer, What Should I Major In?! Is A Criminology Major Good For Top Law Schools?
I Am Strongly Dedicated To Go To A Law School. Right Now I Am At A Canadian University, Which Is Offering One Of The Best Criminology Programs In North America. But I Also Like History A Lot… So My Question Is… Do Law Schools Favor History Or Political Science Etc. Degrees More Than A Criminology Degree? Should I Stick To Criminology Or Change To Other More Traditional Major Programs For Law School Such As History Or Political Science??

G'day MoeVaygen,

Thank you for your question.

I would stick with criminology. It will come in handy when you are practising as a criminal lawyer. Possibly look at doing it as your major together with some more traditional subjects.

I would speak with counsellors at your school. If you have any contacts in law schools, I would seek your advice. In answering a similar question, Professor X advised that "Law school admissions committees are looking for students that write clearly and elegantly, read closely, and demonstrate strong critical thinking abilities."

The nub of his advice is that law schools are looking for people who have done programs with intellectual rigor.

Taranto got best answer on an question on whether economics was a good major by arguing that doing a course different from the norm may be an advantage. Certainly criminology may be useful background for someone studying criminal law and a definite advantage for someone practising it.

If your criminology course is highly regarded, you enjoy it and it is useful, I would stick with it.

Regards

Oj And Wrongful Death?
Can Someone (W/ Real Knowledge And Not Just Ignorant Opinions) Tell Me How Oj Simpson Was Convicted Of A Wrongful Death Suit In The Deaths Of Nicole Brown And Ron Goldman? He Was Aquitted Of Their Murder, And They Were Not Killed On His Property Or In His Presence..So Assuming He Truely His Innocent How Is It His Fault They Died? I Don'T Understand What About Him Caused Their Wrongful Death?

The wrongful death suit was heard in civil court. The standards of proof are much lower there. In the criminal case the standard of proof is beyond a reasonable doubt. This means that someone, on average, is about 90% sure that someone did something. In civil court, the burden is by a preponderance of the evidence. This means that the evidence is just over 50% that someone did something to be held liable. Apparantly the lower burden of proof made the difference. Additionally, the prosecution made MANY errors in the criminal case that the civil attorneys could "learn" from.

Is There Any Legal Assistance That Can Help Me In Providing An Attorney For A Criminal Defense In My Case?
I Have A Felony Charge Pending. I Would Like To Know If There Is Any Assistance That I Can Look Into To Help Me In A Court Of Law In My Case. I Have A Limited Amount Of Money. I Really Need Some Input In This Situation. Thank You, Kathleen

For people with limited funds, the usual place to seek help is the Public Defender's Office. But they will have you fill out an application form that asks for you to disclose your income, assets, etc, to be used in determining if you are eligible for their services. If not, you will have few (good) options, and will have to seek a private attorney. Don't count on pro bono attorneys for criminal defense work.

Is A Lawyer Considered A Respectable Profession?
I Am A Senior In College. I Have A Solid Gpa. I Simply Don'T Know What To Do With Myself. I'Ve Forced Myself To Take A Year Off After I Graduate To Make Sure Whatever Decision I Make Is A Good One. I'Ve Thought About Going To Med School, But Honestly I Just Don'T Have The Time. It Would Take Another Year To Get The Pre-Reqs, Plus The Four Years Of School, And Three Years Of Residency...Blah... I'M Interested In Law. I'M Just Stuck In This Common Person'S View That Lawyers Are Looked Down Upon. You May Think That Prestige Is Not Something That Should Be Seriously Factored Into A Career Decision, But All Placement Tests Place Alot Of Weight On Whether Prestige Is Something You Want, And It Is. Money Isn'T All That Important. If I Have To Rack Up Alot Of Debt To Get The Degree, Then I Want Adequate Money To Pay It Off, That'S All. In The End, Is Law A Respectable Profession, Or Are They The Counterparts Of Doctors (The Evil Branch Of Intelligent Professionals)?

Just look at all of the silly responses you already have to your question. Everyone hates on lawyers--UNTIL they need one, of course!

The few cruddy and scummy lawyers and Hollywood movies taint the image of all lawyers. There are many areas of law you can go in to and fight for the rights of individuals and causes you believe in. You don't HAVE to sell your soul to a corporate company if you don't want to.

Of course law is a respectable profession--not everyone is cut out to do it, and you can do great things if you're a really good lawyer. Where would this country be without the lawyers who took civil rights cases to the Supreme Court? The lawyers who are fighting for the rights of people locked up indefinitely in US prisons? Since there are so many areas of law you can get in to, YOU can decide if you will make your career "respectable" or not.

Financial Question Please Help?
I Am 13, My Mom'S House Was Bought By A Bank And Foreclosed Upon. What Rights Does She Has? We Have 2 Weeks, 4 Weeks Or 6 Weeks To Leave. What Exact Rights Does She Have?

Also, call your local legal aid office and find out if an attorney wil take your case or tell you if you have any legal rights or recourse - or have your mom do it since they probably won't tell you much.

Almost every community has a low cost/free legal aid service, though some communities combine a large area into one legal aid service, so you might have to check neighboring towns or counties to find the one you need.

I'm attaching a link to a site that helps people find free legal aid in most states. If you don't find your area in the lists here, keep searching, there are numerous sites and even an old fashioned phone book will give you a number.

By the way, best of luck to your family in this stressful situation.

Gaining Experience As A Lawyer?
Once You Graduate From Law School, A Lot Of Places Are Looking With Someone With 2 Or 3 Years Of Experience. My Question Is How Are You Going To Get That Experience If Everyone Who Is Hiring Wants An Experienced Person.

I created a professional brochure that included my resume and sent it to law firms in my area offering to work as an independent contractor attorney. I carried my own malpractice and health insurance, so the employer did not have to pay those benefits. I billed on a per hour basis every week. I was willing to work on any task in a law firm to gain experience. I got lots of interest and could have worked 24/7. I also got several job offers because the law firms saw that I was a good worker. It was a great experience and helped me decide what area of law I really loved.