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What Types Of Lawyers R There?
I Want To Pursue A Career In Law But Im Not Sure What Type. Plz List The Types Of Lawyers There Are And What They Do. Thx Alot. N If U Can What Courses U Need N How Long It Takes To Graduate :) Thx.
What type of lawyers??? There's so many it could make your head spin!
Essentially, if you take the big three professions there are lawyers for them: business, medical profession, and the government. Of course, you have your court lawyers (on both sides of the isle). Tax lawyers, sport lawyers, magazine companies!
Because there are so many, YOU have to narrow down the search. How? Good question, if you want to be a lawyer, your going to know the law (duh right). Next step, what environment do you want to work in? Be in the courthouse? In an office? Working for the government? Military? International? Once you narrow down that list it makes finding what sort of lawyer you want to be.
So, first step: go to college. It doesn't necessarily matter on what degree you get in your undergrad. But, schools normally recommend a field closely related to the law (i.e., Political Science, Criminal Justice, or if the school (offered mostly as a minor) Pre - law. All of these courses are done in the last two years of undergrad years. (The first of course being general education). Courses offered can range from basic Constitutional Law and Bill of Rights courses (the backbone to law classes) to rights, mock trails, ect...courses ranging from major to major.
Note: Find out if your university has a Law Society/Club. They are wonders to have as associates and friends.
Also, I mention this heavily because this is the time you are taking pre-law classes. And, the whole eye-opening experience into the legal profession.
Second step: If you haven't changed your mind, and you still want to go to law school. Take the LSAT before graduation. LSAT, like the SAT is the exam you take to get into law school. STUDY, STUDY, STUDY. This exam is one of the most difficult and stressful test you will ever take.
Third step: Get accepted to your law school.
FINALLY, as long as you perform well in undergrad and LSAT you'll be off to law school.
Law school itself: is normally a two year process.
First year: "During this time, students take all the required (core) courses. These courses include civil procedure, contracts, constitutional law, criminal law, legal writing, professional responsibility/ethics, property law, and torts"
Second year: "This time is occupied mostly with electives and any remaining core courses. Specialized courses begin now. Students gain hands-on experience by working in law firms, participating in mock court sessions and practice trials, researching and writing for the school's law journal, and/or participating in law clinics."
Hope that helps and best of luck to you!
I Got Court In A Few Weeks For A Dui Charge Of .08 Or Higher Is My 1St Offense I Wana Know Whats Gonna Happen?
Ive Already Served 48 Hrs In Jail At The Time Of The Dui And Had Dmv Hearing Now I Got Court
A DUI defense may include filing pretrial motions to suppress the evidence. These motions, when argued successfully, may result in the DUI case being dismissed. Some areas where evidence can be successfully contested include having the blood sample retested by a private lab, or hiring an analyst to determine if the driver’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was rising. Also photographing and inspecting the scene of the arrest, as this may be helpful in showing that the ground was not level when the driver was performing the field coordination tests. Effectively cross-examining the officer to expose mistakes and inaccuracies while gathering of evidence is also crucial to presenting a strong defense for the trial.
Be aware that the prosecutor is not your attorney and has no obligation to counsel or be fair with you. Defending yourself in the criminal-justice system is a very stressful experience in a potentially hostile environment, which may result in severe penalties. Obviously, your outcome cannot be guaranteed; but an experienced drunk driving lawyer can investigate and prepare your case for defense to minimize/avoid court penalties and protect your driving privileges.
You should definitely get a qualified lawyer.
Mesothelioma Lawyers Pls We Need One?
My Father Was Diagnose Of Mesothelioma And We Need A Mesothelioma Lawyers That Can Stand For Him And Claim Back The Damages From The Company Where He Contacted It .
the only ones getting anything out of this is the lawyers, most illnesses that are related were NOT the fault of the employers and most of those currently being diagnosed were aware of the risk before they started working.....
i do not know your situation and i truly hope you get the help you need and deserve but realize that an attorney is going to get rich and you are going to get very little if anything at all.....
be careful about the payment agreement, NO attorney works for free..... attorneys who work on a contingency basis do so for their "fees" only and charge for ALL EXPENSES win or lose....
Im Taking My Baby Mother To Court For Visitation Rights?
I Am Getting A Lawyer And Have Talked To Him And Plan On Filing A Suit Against My X Girlfriend For She Doesnt Want To Let Me See My Daughter Without Her Watching Me Like Im Going To Hurt Her. I Have To Drive 30 Min Every Time I Want To See Her. Now My Question Is When She Gets Served Does She Need To Get Her Own Lawyer Or Does The State Provide Her With A Lawyer
Lawyers are only provided by the state in criminal matters. Child custody is a civil matter, and she must obtain her own attorney. Low cost legal representation is often available through legal aid societies.
Divorce/Joint Custody Moving?
Illinois Divorce And Joint Custody Agreement With Me (Mom) Having Primary Custody Of One Child.
I Live In Illinois And He Lives In New Jersey
Father Refused To Give Me His Phone Number For 3 Months And I Had To Call His Mother
I Keep Her Medical And School Info To Myself Because Every Call Ends In Him Calling Me Names
He Never Calls To Speak To Her
He Hasn'T Seen Her In 1 Year
She (7Yrs Old) Has Told Him She Does Not Want To See Him
I Want To Move To Wisconsin In A Few Weeks
I Don'T Have Money For A Lawyer To Go For Sole Custody
My Former Lawyer Says I Need A Lawyer And To Ask The Court For Permission To Move
The Court House Says I Don'T Need To Do That Unless Its In The Agreement That I Have To
The Only Thing The Agreement Says Is That &Quot;This Court Has Jurisdiction Of The Parties Hereto And The Subject Matter Hereof&Quot;
The Father States He Has No Problem With Me Moving
Do I Need To Get Permission From The Court To Move?
If Yes, Do I Need A Lawyer? What Are The Steps?
If I Just Move, Can I Be Charged In Contempt Of Court?
If The Father Tries To Prove Me Being In Contempt, Can I Go To Jail? Would I Automatically Lose Custody?
Okay, no one looses custody over one contempt.
And I have never seen anyone go to jail over the first contempt, or the 5th contempt! The only time I have seen people go to jail over a custody order is IF they don't pay their child support.
the whole point in keeping people from just picking up and moving with their kids is because the court ASSUMES that will be breaking off all contact with the OTHER parent in the joint custody agreement. Since the dad already lives way out yonder that isn't really an issue here. Also he isn't objecting.
The absolute worst thing that can happen to you is that your ex can file in IL that he doesn't want you to move....and even if he did that then there is still a really great chance with your history that the courts wouldn't see it as hampering the father daughter relationship anyway...so no problem.
Some states require you to get permission to move out of their state if you have an active custody order. That is the ONLY hang up you might have, but even then, no one is going to pursue a single mom moving, it isn't sexy, or challenging and there are no drugs or world peace involved, so no one is going to get off their lazy butt and say, yeah, I want to track HER down...
It just doesn't work that way! They have rapists, and child molestors and people who haven't paid child support in 5 years...no one is going to bother looking into what YOU are doing.
You might want to check with the Wisconsin school though, they might want the custody order to say wisconsin and not IL.
On A Personal Injury Law Suit, What Is The %Rate A Lawyer Can Charge , This Is In The State Of Mn,?
The Personal Injury Was Sexual Abuse By A Priest. In 1988 My Attorney Charged Me 45%+Expences, Was This A Legal Rate To Charge At That Time,Also If It Was Not The Legal Rate Can I Sue For The Over Charge.
Depends upon the agreement you had with him. Take it to the bank that he knows what the legal limit is, if any, and isn't going to risk his law license on it.
You obviously signed an agreement for that 45%. You should have raised your objections at that time, before signing. It's too late to complain about it now!