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My Secretary Asked If She Could Use My Dictaphone?
I Totally Misunderstood. Could That Be Why Her Lawyer Is On Line 3?
Your dictaphone? Long distance?
Lawson'S Not So Bad Is It?
I Had Considered The Name Lawrence. This Was My Foster Father'S Name. But Lawrence Seems Dated And I Don'T Care Much For It. Besides, It Would Be Insulting To My Birth Parents. So When Looking Through The Name Lists, I Came Across Lawson, And I Thought...&Quot;Not Too Bad, Wonder What It Means.&Quot; Low And Behold, It Means &Quot;Son Of Lawrence&Quot; Perfect! There'S Dawson, And Jackson, And Hudson And Landon....Lawson Could Keep Up With That... I Had My Name On A List For Voters And It Doesn'T Seem To Be Doing So Well. And I Know It Only Matters How I Feel About This Name. (And Hubby Of Course)At First, The Name Wasn'T Bad And I Liked The Meaning. Now, This Name Is Growing On Me, I Think Its A Good Name And I Love The Meaning. But I Am Very Curious If The Name Did Poorly Because It Is A Bad Name, Or If My Mane Combos Were Just Bad.
My Names Were;
Lawson Wade Sparks
Lawson Everett Sparks
Lawson Reid Sparks
Lawson Carter Sparks
All Of Which Would Probably Be Nicknamed Sonny.
So...Is It Lawson? Or Is It The Combos? Better Suggestions On A Middle Name? (Not Christopher, Alan, Ryan Or Evan)
Lawson is a gorgeous name for a boy, I love both the name and the meaning for you! It could definitely keep up with the other names in this day and age. It's new age and cool, yet handsome and someone classic too. Some people just don't like unique names like Lawson, or others are totally ground into the strictly traditional names. I'm somewhat in the middle, as I love traditional names, but the ones with that fresh sound to them. So Lawson really appeals to me. Wade is one of my favourites names, so naturally, I love Lawson Wade. It flows really well and looks wonderful. Lawson Everett is really nice too actually. Reid is a nice name, but it just kind of blends in for me, so Lawson Reid doesn't really stand out like Wade or Everett does. I'm not a big fan of Carter though at all. It sounds very whiny and youthful to me. I think Wade or Everett are the ways to go. And Sonny is an adorable nick name, just for the record. It's so sweet, I love it. All in all, great name. Good luck! ♥
What Training And Education Would I Need To Become A Criminal Lawyer?
If I Want To Become A Criminal Lawyer What Type Of Education And Training Would I Need?
Becoming a lawyer usually takes 7 years of full-time study after high school—4 years of undergraduate study, followed by 3 years of law school. Law school applicants must have a bachelor’s degree to qualify for admission. To meet the needs of students who can attend only part time, a number of law schools have night or part-time divisions.
Although there is no recommended “prelaw” undergraduate major, prospective lawyers should develop proficiency in writing and speaking, reading, researching, analyzing, and thinking logically—skills needed to succeed both in law school and in the law. Regardless of major, a multidisciplinary background is recommended. Courses in English, foreign languages, public speaking, government, philosophy, history, economics, mathematics, and computer science, among others, are useful. Students interested in a particular aspect of law may find related courses helpful. For example, prospective patent lawyers need a strong background in engineering or science, and future tax lawyers must have extensive knowledge of accounting.
Acceptance by most law schools depends on the applicant’s ability to demonstrate an aptitude for the study of law, usually through undergraduate grades, the Law School Admission Test (LSAT), the quality of the applicant’s undergraduate school, any prior work experience, and sometimes, a personal interview. However, law schools vary in the weight they place on each of these and other factors.
All law schools approved by the American Bar Association require applicants to take the LSAT. As of 2006, there were 195 ABA-accredited law schools; others were approved by State authorities only. Nearly all law schools require applicants to have certified transcripts sent to the Law School Data Assembly Service, which then submits the applicants’ LSAT scores and their standardized records of college grades to the law schools of their choice. The Law School Admission Council administers both this service and the LSAT. Competition for admission to many law schools—especially the most prestigious ones—is usually intense, with the number of applicants greatly exceeding the number that can be admitted.
During the first year or year and a half of law school, students usually study core courses, such as constitutional law, contracts, property law, torts, civil procedure, and legal writing. In the remaining time, they may choose specialized courses in fields such as tax, labor, or corporate law. Law students often gain practical experience by participating in school-sponsored legal clinics; in the school’s moot court competitions, in which students conduct appellate arguments; in practice trials under the supervision of experienced lawyers and judges; and through research and writing on legal issues for the school’s law journals.
A number of law schools have clinical programs in which students gain legal experience through practice trials and projects under the supervision of lawyers and law school faculty. Law school clinical programs might include work in legal aid offices, for example, or on legislative committees. Part-time or summer clerkships in law firms, government agencies, and corporate legal departments also provide valuable experience. Such training can lead directly to a job after graduation and can help students decide what kind of practice best suits them. Law school graduates receive the degree of juris doctor (J.D.), a first professional degree.
Advanced law degrees may be desirable for those planning to specialize, research, or teach. Some law students pursue joint degree programs, which usually require an additional semester or year of study. Joint degree programs are offered in a number of areas, including business administration or public administration.
After graduation, lawyers must keep informed about legal and nonlegal developments that affect their practices. In 2006, 43 States and jurisdictions required lawyers to participate in mandatory continuing legal education. Many law schools and State and local bar associations provide continuing education courses that help lawyers stay abreast of recent developments. Some States allow continuing education credits to be obtained through participation in seminars on the Internet.
Licensure. To practice law in the courts of any State or other jurisdiction, a person must be licensed, or admitted to its bar, under rules established by the jurisdiction’s highest court. All States require that applicants for admission to the bar pass a written bar examination; most States also require applicants to pass a separate written ethics examination. Lawyers who have been admitted to the bar in one State occasionally may be admitted to the bar in another without taking another examination if they meet the latter jurisdiction’s standards of good moral character and a specified period of legal experience. In most cases, however, lawyers must pass the bar examination in each State in which they plan to prac
How Much Does A Medical Malpractice Attorney In Ca Make On Average?
I Know I Want To Go To Law School After I Get My Bachelor'S, But I'M Still Undecided As To What Branch Of Law I'M Going To Study. Right About Now, I'Ve Got It Narrowed Down To Corporate Attorney, Prosecuting Attorney, And Medical Malpractice Attorney.
So I'M Curious As To What They Make, Even If It'S Just An Average Or Frame.
Stay away from medical malpractice. The insurance industry successfully lobbied congress to cap medical malpractice lawsuits in order to limit their costs. Lawyers don't make much money in that field anymore.
This is actually one of the few moves by insurance lobbyists I agree with.
Adoption Differences... Agency Verses Lawyer??
I Am Going To Adopt A Baby, And Am Just In The Beginning Stages Of Doing Research. Can Anyone Help Me With Advise Or Info Regarding The Pro'S And Con'S Of Each? ( Adoption Agency Vs. Adoption Attourney )
it depends. do your research on both. normally an agency does the advertising for you, and has a higher amount of birthmothers. an attorney only has the birthmothers that are referred to them by word of mouth. you will be left to do you own advertising, and will have to figure out what questions to ask as to wether or not the birthmother is serious about her adoption plan. an agency is more expensive, but once you figure in the advertising cost, and the prescreening and help they can provide for the birthmother it's well worth it in my opinion. depending on your wants for a child, the wait with the attorney tends to be longer than an agency. what state are you located in? i know a great adoption attorney, whose wife is a social worker and they run an agency in kansas. they seem to have many situations. they were referred to me by the agency that my birthmother was listed with. so i did end up paying the agency fee, as well as the attorney fee. but my wait time was less than 48 hours for a match and our daughter was born a month later. my friend gave their info to my agency and also was matched within 48 hours. and their daughter is due to be born in march. this agency has birthmothers in many states, and requires no fees until a match is made. they prescreen and require proof of pregnancy for the birthmother. their average wait time for a match for a caucasion baby is 6 months. they require no fees be paid until a match is made and if the birthmother should decide to parent, all of your fees roll over into the next match. and even if you do go through an agency, you should have your own personal attorney. by just going with an attorney you are eleminating the agency and fees with them, but you become the agency and have to accept the responsibility of advertising and screening prospective birthparents. personally i think this can be dangerous for you, and the wait and stress will be less if you have an agency involved. either way i hope you find your child and bring them home soon. good luck.
Where Can I Seek Pro-Bono Copyright Legal Advice?
Is There A Free Service Where I Can Seek The Advice Of Attorneys Or Experts About Specific Questions I Have Concerning Whether Or Not Something Is Breaking Copyright?
You can find a lawyer who knows intellectual property law in the phonebook, or using legal referral services -- I like findlaw.com
I am a licensed attorney familiar with IP law, and I can answer copyright questions, and I don't charge for the first few simple issues. After that, reasonable rates.