Richard Strasser

Copyright Royalty Board Senior Attorney
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San Francisco, California

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You don't need to wait until after college to become employed. Finding part-time jobs while in college and over the summer will help you earn money and may help you find a job after college. When you are in college if you can do a work-study program you can work at the university while you...

Active May 09 '16 at 20:12
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College costs vary depending on location, whether the school is public or private, and other factors. As far as $9000 for housing, it depends where the college is. Housing costs in New York (and other major cities) are high so the housing costs for colleges in those areas may reflect that....

Active May 04 '16 at 20:12
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High school debate is a very good thing to do to help you prepare to think like a lawyer. Debate helps you to think on your feet and that is a skill that lawyers need to have. You can do a lot of other things too that will help. Take writing classes. Just as all good movies start with a...

Active Apr 13 '16 at 17:29
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Every year around this time a magazine called U.S. News & World Report publishes a list of all law schools in the country and it ranks them based on a number of different criteria (such as, how hard it is to get into the school, the number of students who go there that get a job as a lawyer...

Active Mar 14 '16 at 13:38
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All states and DC have different requirements for becoming licensed to practice in that jurisdiction. Most I believe require you to take the multistate exam and receive a certain score on it before you can practice there. Once you become licensed in a jurisdiction some other jurisdictions...

Active Mar 02 '16 at 13:20
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Entertainment law is a subset of intellectual property law, which includes patent law, trademark, copyright, contract law, torts, and Constitutional law (including the First Amendment). College government classes will help you understand the Constitution. Composition classes will help you...

Active Mar 02 '16 at 12:49
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Opening a law firm is like opening any small business. You need to have some way to pay the bills and that means getting clients that can and will pay their bills on time. The wealthiest clients (large corporations or the government) are more likely to use a large law firm for their legal...

Active Feb 24 '16 at 13:11
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