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What Major For Law School?
Would It Be Okay To Major In The Sciences If I Wanted To Go To Law School?
Maybe Physics, With A Minor In Bio Or Chem.
Law schools don't care about your major. They'll sometimes give science majors with low GPAs a little leeway because they understand that they're more challenging and that science classes often curve, but there's not a whole lot of flexibility. LSAT and GPA are still king, and if your GPA is too low, that's what's going to matter 1000x more than the difficulty of your undergraduate major. As much as we'd like to hope that law schools would carefully consider the major and school before ruling on GPA, the reality is that the USNWR rankings don't take this information into account, only raw GPA and LSAT scores. Law schools report these raw numbers without context (20% of our matriculating class had the flu on the day of the LSAT - please factor this in, thanks! Love, Yale) and they're what count.
So, my general advice is that you pick a major that interests you enough to stay motivated and that you think you can do well in. Yes, it's okay for you to major in those subjects because law schools really don't care all that much, but just be aware that your GPA could suffer and that'll somewhat affect the quality of law schools you can get into after graduation.
Science majors often go into law, and statistically they are some of the highest LSAT scorers. Engineers specifically have a real edge when competing for patent law jobs.
Legal Advice, Attorney Would Be Greatful?
Okay, My Girlfriend Has A 6 Year Old Daughter With Her Ex-Huband And In The Divorce Decree It States That She Has Supervised Visitation On Her Days Off. It's Been 3 Weeks Since She Last Saw The Child, The Ex Is Pretty Much Denying Her Her Visitation. It Also States That Concealment Of The Child From The Other Parent Is A Felony. We Have Picked Up The Papers To File A Motion For An Emergency Hearing. What Is The Next Step To Take? An Attorney Seems To Cost Too Much!
Contact your local Bar Association (State or County) and see if they have any resources. Most states require attorneys to do some pro bono (free) work. There may also be some parent advocate groups that might be willing to help, so ask the Bar Association about these.
You already HAVE the court order. Ask the clerk to look and see if you have filed the paper properly. They can NOT give you legal advice, but they can tell you if you have filed the papers properly. This in fact is part of their job. You don't need an attorney for everything. Many are bottom feeders looking to gouge you anyway.
Most courts are very user friendly toward pro-se (self representing) folks-- they will give you some attitude because you are not a lawyer. Dress nice-- be honest and respectful to the court.
Calling All Malpractice Lawyers!!!?
O.K So Here'S The Story, I Have A Lil Nephew, Who'S Had 2 Circumcisions, 1 At Just A Few Days Old & The Sencond One At Around 1. The Reason For The 2Nd One, Was That The Pediatrician Thought The 1St One Had Been Done Wrong & It Needed To Be Corrected. So The 2Nd One Was Done By A Pediatric Surgeon - Not A Urologist. Any How Even After The Second One I Could Tell Things Didn'T Look Quite Right - But I Didn'T Want To Alarm The Mom, So I Stayed Out Of It. She Change Pediatricians And They Told Her, That He Still Looked Uncircumsiced And That He Needed To Be Circumcised For A 3Rd Time - Now He'S 3. Luckily This Time They Were Advised By A Urologist Who Told Them That The Child Had An Inverted Penis, That Was Never Diagnosed & That The Two Previous Circumsions, Hurt Him, More Than They Helped Him. Now This Poor Little Baby, Will Have To Undergo Surgery To Correct This Problem, N Because So Much Skin Has Already Been Removed, Is Going To Get A Bit Complicated. So Is There A Lawsuit Here?
Yes, BUT... since not one but two doctors thought they were looking at the same thing, it would be tough to prove malpractice. You are looking at a long road to take this to court with lots of expense for expert testimony. Contact a personal injury lawyer first, tell them what you have, and if he does not do medical malpractice ask him to recommend a firm that would look the case over and evaluate it's chances.
Are Tv/Movie Directories Legal?
I See A Lot Of Sites That Are Directories For Movies And Tv Shows. Are They Legal? The Videos Themselves Are Not Hosted On Their Servers, So They Just Act As A Directory Of Video Links To Other Video Hosting Sites.
So Who Is Actually Violating Copyright Laws? The Video Directory Website? Or The Video Hosting Websites?
There are arguably several levels of infringers in your example. First, the uploader of the video is an obvious infringer. Second, the hosting website is a potential infringer. However, keep in mind the safe harbor provisions of the DMCA that may protect the hosting website. Third, the directory may be infringer under some sort of contributory infringement claim, assuming the directory is aware that copyrighted content is being linked.
What Legal Papers Do I Need To Do Before Entering A Nursing Home?
I Might Be Going Into A Nursing Home In A Year. I Want To Make Sure My Husband Has My Permission To Make All Of My Decisions. Like Sell Property, Take Care Of Our Credit Card And Other Financial Decisions. Does Having Everything In Both Of Our Names Do It Or Do I Need More Legal Paperwork? The Nursing Home Has Some Papers For Me To Fill Out, But That'S For Them.
I would highly encourage you to find a good elder law attorney. He/she can help you and your husband with estate planning. The reason why I recommend elder law attorneys over just a regular attorney....is that elder law attorneys are often more experienced in the many issues regarding older clients and family. Some elder law attorneys do offer free consultations. Each state has different laws/statutes on decision making. I think it is great you and your husband are preparing and doing your paper work now. It is always tough, and regardless of our age.....we all need to be preparing some documents, especially regarding health care decisions.
Some professionals even have their professional information on LinkedIn as well http://www.linkedin.com/ Where you can check out their experience and expertise. So after you may do an attorney search, it would be good to see if they are on there too........so you can do a little more research on his/her credentials.
Choosing Divorce Attorney.?
How Do I Find Out Which Lawyer Is The Best?
I would google search and start asking around. You'd be surprised how many people know a good attorney. Many sites will allow people to give a rating or review.
Try locating the ones around teh court in your juristiction. They'll have the networking experience to know which judges are good to work with and if you're lucky they'll have the back story of your opposing party's counsel.
Next you schedule a consultation. You'll explain your side/ what the other side will likely do, and what you ultimately want. AND most importantly ask about their caseload. They can be an awesome attorney but if they're case heavy they may not give the attention needed to your case.
Obviously, you want someone who is reasonable in cost but that cost can add up quickly if they're acrimonious. No attorney is so stupid to know that the more diabolical the case is the more they make. Ask the attorney how they feel if you and your ex came up with agreements on your own? For instance, you know how much money your ex makes, you know the assets and debts, have copies of tax returns, yet your attorney pushes an interrogatories report (which is like a mini-audit) then that's unreasonable cost to you, your ex, and your ex is less inclined to be workable with you which will make the case very expensive.
Just remember you're essentially hiring an attack dog. They're usually skilled at going after someone but you need to keep a leash on them and be firm on what you expect of them otherwise they'll go after everything and every one.