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How does one become an likable attorney?

I am currently doing mock trial at my college and plan to go to law school after I finish (if I can afford it at that point.) I feel that an attorney has to be likable in the minds of the jurors to help his/her side win a case. How would I achieve that vote?...

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Active Feb 08 at 01:24

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Posted by Paul B.
R S | Deputy District Attorney Hey Paul,How does one become a likable attorney? That is a ...

What if I spend my life thinking I want this Career, even go to school for this career, then turns out I hate it ?

Iḿ asking this simply because my dream is to become a lawyer, and its been my dream for a long time, but what if as strongly as I feel about this job, I end up hating it once I get it....

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Active Feb 12 at 23:15

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Posted by Nia O.
Warren Zimmerman | Attorney at Law at Warren A. Zimmerman, P.A. I have been a lawyer for almost 39 years, and the ...

What is the average yearly salary for a district attorney/lawyer?

I have been considering going into the law field for quiet some time now, I was curious how much some makes. Is it enough to financially support a family and also have enough for bills?...

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Active Apr 19 at 23:49

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Posted by Lilli S.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Lilli,I cannot directly answer this question, however, I am writing in ...

What courses are needed to gain a law degree

I am gain information on the also use information on fields used for law degrees #law-practice...

#corporate-law

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Active Apr 25 at 01:05

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Posted by Davante S.
N Rutledge | Law Professor/Judge To earn a law degree you have to go to law ...
Doris Rios Duffy | -- Hi Sithelo, There are many different types of lawyers. I work ...

Is networking a big part of widening your law career?

Networking as in gaining clients, at galas, conferences, etc #law #law-practice...

#networking

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Active Mar 02 at 20:34

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Posted by Nadia D.
bushra ahmed | Lawyer Yes, in this age of connectivity and internet , networking is ...

What careers can I expect with a double major in criminal justice and sociology?

Would they help me get a career as a judge or a lawyer? If so, what are the steps to get into those careers? #criminal-justice #law...

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Active Jan 21 at 00:21

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Posted by Miranda C.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Hi Miranda! I was waiting to see if anyone else was ...

What is the best way to finance a law degree?

if I decide to go to Law School. #law #law-school...

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Active May 07 at 19:15

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Posted by Amanda L.
Mitch Chupack | Managing Director, General Counsel at AIG Investments l ... There are scholarships, grants and student loans for which you can ...

How does a woman make a change in the legal system ?

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Active Apr 01 at 19:41

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Posted by Janai J.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Janai, I'm not sure what you are asking. If you want ...

What is a good career involving rules or leadership if I want to have definite hours?

Right now, I go to school and do work, and then I come home and do *more* work, and I don't want my career to be like that. I like making fair rules and leading others, so I want a career that involves those things. I'm a good rule follower and enforcer. I'm interested in technology and...

#mathematics #management #law-practice #law

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:54

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Posted by Kahlila M.
Desiree Ochoa | Strasburger & Price, LLP Agree with the comments above. Attorneys work irregular hours overall but ...

How many years of law school will i need to go to to be a lawyer

Trying to learn more about this carrer #lawyer #law...

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Active Apr 18 at 09:37

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Posted by Isaiah S.
Deborah E. Johnson, Esq. | Attorney / Entertainment & Sports LawRepresenting celebrities, public ... You must obtain a Bachelor's degree first before you enter law ...

How many years of school/ education to become a lawyer ?..what important classes do you wish you should've taken to become a lawyer

is there a specific number ? #law-school #law...

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Active Nov 29 '17 at 11:35

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Posted by jayla S.
Eliza Hall | Counsel at Potomac Law Group, PLLC In the US, as Paul said, law is a graduate degree, ...

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

I want to know all I can about law. #female-lawyer #law #law-practice...

#lawyer

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Active Nov 28 '17 at 13:33

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Posted by Mallory T.
Mary (Maggie) Miller | Exceptional practical experience in the Pittsburgh market. Competitive ... If you go full time, it's a 3 year commitment to ...

When you want to become a district attorney will you have to travel? are your living locations limited? How many hours do you work? are you able to work from home?

I am asking these questions because I am doing a choosing a career project and have some questions #lawyer #district-attorney #district #law...

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Active Oct 16 '17 at 19:55

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Posted by caitlyn H.
R S | Deputy District Attorney Great questions. You will not have to travel, generally. You just ...

I want to become an actress but i also want to be a criminal justice lawyer- how do i pick?

I'm asking because I have always wanted to be an actress since I was four (I'm 19 now) and I also want to become a lawyer in criminal justice because I have seen a lot of bad people get away with a lot of things only because of their reputation status. #law #lawyer #acting...

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Active Oct 04 '17 at 01:45

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Posted by Kassidy B.
Austin Hansley | Former Teacher and Electrical Engineer, now Attorney practicing ... If you have time to decide then take your time. If ...

Which law schools have notable programs in international human rights law?

I've looked around a little at law schools before, and it seems like most keep their international law and human rights programs separate. I could be wrong in how this works (feel free to correct me!) but are there any reputable or notable programs that actually combine both? How might I...

#international-humanitarian-law #law-school #law-practice #law

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Active Apr 01 at 19:04

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Posted by Tamera P.

Is it hard for a foreigner that went to American Law School to find work?

I'm an undergraduate at UT Austin currently on a student visa and I think I want to go to Law School but I don't know if it'll be easy to find work since I would need the workplace to sponsor an H1-B visa or a Greencard for me to stay in America. Does anybody relate to this situation or know...

#lawyer #lawschool #law-practice #employment-law

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Active Apr 16 at 09:40

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Posted by Leo A.
JENNA ZEBROWSKI | Bilingual JD/MBA with compliance and regulatory experience and ... If you want to stay in the US, then it never ...

What is it like getting out of law school and trying to get a job?

I am interested in becoming a lawyer, and have heard from some that getting a job out of law school is hard. I also am wondering if being a lawyer is actually what I want to do. #lawschool #lawyer #law...

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Active May 16 at 12:37

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Posted by Alexis C.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Alexis,You are right to be concerned. There are all kinds of ...
Jennifer Richards | Attorney Hi Destiny, I used to work as a Criminal Defense Attorney ...

Is law boring?

I am interested in becoming a lawyer, but only if I feel that I will lead a happy life. I want to enjoy what I am doing and not get bored. #law #lawyer #law-practice...

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Active Oct 19 '17 at 15:54

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Posted by Maria H.
Daniel Krolikowski | Asst. Division Counsel to Subrogation Department of AIG Just the opposite. The legal field has a wide variety of ...

What is the best path to follow if I want to study international law?

I am really interested in global studies and international relations. also recently became interested in the field of law. This sparked my interest, and after wanting to study engineering for a while, I decided to change what direction I want to take in college. #international-law #law...

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Active Nov 29 '17 at 11:40

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Posted by Kahlil O.
Joanne Keating | Vice President and Senior Associate General Counsel at ... Pursue your current interests in international studies, and also speak to ...

How would you describe the working conditions of being a lawyer?

Would you describe the working conditions of being a lawyer as stressful or pleasant? Please explain why. #law #lawyer...

#law-practice

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Active Oct 02 '17 at 17:41

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Posted by Melissa R.
Andrew Berman | Associate General Counsel at USG It depends on the environment in my opinion. Specifically, larger firms ...

I need help!

what are some personality traits that help with becoming a lawyer? What are some helpful technical skills for becoming a lawyer. Thanks for al of the help! #law #lawyer #law-school #law-practice #personal-development...

#career-details

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Active Feb 27 at 08:06

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Posted by Katherine S.
Matthew Morton | Managing Associate of Litigation at McCalla Raymer Leibert ... In regards to technical skills, the ability to write clearly and ...

If I want to become a lawyer, what type of lawyer is the best to become?

I'm just curious to know since I am thinking about becoming a lawyer myself. #law #lawyer #law-school #corporate-law #law-practice...

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Active Oct 10 '17 at 18:10

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Posted by Katherine A.
Aaron Graham, Esq. | Director of Legal Recruiting at Special Counsel There are so many different areas of law! Each one carries ...

I am a 17 yr old male enrolled as a freshman at Mississippi College. I am thinking I would like to go into pre law. As of now, I am a history major. How do the two go hand in hand? There is a History/Prelaw selection under the major box.

There is a difference in the course curriculum for History, and History Pre-law. I am trying to help my mom and family. She has been a single mother to myself and brother all our lives. It's time to help her for a change. #mclaw #history #law #law-practice #lawyer...

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Active Nov 05 '17 at 17:49

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Posted by Gavin R.
Richard Keeton | J.D., LL.M., M.P.A. - Licensed and Practicing Law ... Great question, Gavin. Prior to law school, I was a History ...

What classes do you have to take for pre-law?

#law #lawyer I want to become a lawyer when I graduate and was wondering while I am thinking about colleges. #college #college-major #college-majors...

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Active Nov 30 '17 at 16:15

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Posted by ian B.
Alexandra (Sasha) Verkh | Senior Corporate Counsel at Farmers Insurance Group of ... I agree with the answer above. Unlike medical school, law school ...

Is it difficult to keep your personal feelings separate as a defense attorney?

Most people when asked would say that they would have trouble defending a murderer to their best effort. As such, I was hoping to get a bit more insight into how public defenders manage to put their personal feelings aside and focus on their job. #criminal-justice #career...

#attorney #law #emotional-intelligence #law-practice

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Active Feb 13 at 13:47

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Posted by Nathan E.
Kyle Ritchie | Attorney One of the issues that comes with a question like this ...

I am studying for a post first degree law, which possible arears should i focus on

I am applying for post first degree law school this year. I like to learn new things, I believe I have good communication and debatable skills. but I am not sure if I know what to expect in the entrance exams or during the interview. I would really appreciate some guidance. #law...

#student-counseling #guidance-counselor #corporate-law #law-school #career-counseling #job-application #personal-development #career-details #law-practice

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:50

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Posted by Jennifer P.
Matthew Morton | Managing Associate of Litigation at McCalla Raymer Leibert ... There is really no right answer to this question as the ...

Do lawyers really just help the rich (people who can afford) ?

Interested in becoming a lawyer but have heard attorney's only help people who can afford them #law #lawyer #law-school #attorney #legal #law-practice #legal-studies...

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Active Mar 27 at 12:36

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Posted by James S.
Tracey Burkett | Remote Part-time Intake Attorney at Appalachian Research & ... Hello, Attorneys who practice in public interest law help poor people ...

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