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How much schooling is need to be a Lawyer?

I have to do a thing for school where i pick my top 5 jobs i want to do and see how much schooling is required

Asked By: - 3/15/2010
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In the USA, to become a Lawyer, IF you go to school full-time... More
Answered By: mailaccount63 - 3/17/2010
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Answered By: OMG!!!!! - 3/15/2010
 
To obtain a law degree, known as Juris Doctor (JD) you will have to first get a bachelors degree from a college/university (average 4 years), then attend law school (full time is 3 years). After graduating from law school, you will then have to study for, and pass, the bar exam.
Answered By: mindcrime828 - 3/15/2010
 
If you've met the lawyer's I've dealt with, none at all.
Answered By: hirshnoc - 3/15/2010
 
Mindcrime's response is right on. It's a 7-year academic journey to acquire a JD. Good luck!
Answered By: govicseo - 3/15/2010
 
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