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How many years of Law School will I have to attend, to become a Lawyer?

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Karen’s Answer

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You'll need a four year degree from a college/university, and then another 3 years of law school. You can go to some law schools part time, and that will take you 4 years to complete.
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Matthew’s Answer

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The simple answer is it depends.

Three years if you are a full time student. It is up to you, but this will make it very difficult to have a full time job. I would suggest trying to get some type of experience even if you are doing the full time student route.

You can also do night time classes and not be a full time student, which will allow you to have income. I would also suggest trying to get a job that pays something with experience in the law.

I hope this helps. If my question did not help you, please consult another attorney. This communication does not create a lawyer client relationship.

Good luck!
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Mary (Maggie)’s Answer

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If you go full time, it's a 3 year commitment to earn your J.D. The time varies if you choose to pursue an LLM, an LLB, etc.
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JENNA’s Answer

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In the US, you need an undergraduate degree, which usually takes around 4 years to complete if you a are a full-time student. Once you are in law school, if you are attending class full time, then it is usually a three year program to complete. After that, you study and take the bar exam, and then once you pass, you are able to practice as an attorney. Good luck!
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