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September of last year I stopped at a convience store. As I stepped up on to the sidewalk a piece of concrete gave away causing me to fall face first onto the sidewalk. I ended up with bloody knees a ...
6 answers - Asked By: Becca - 8/17/2012
I don't need a job description. Im doing Writing an essay and I need to know if being a lawyer is a desk job. I would also like to know if an athletic trainer (like for the NFL) is considered white co...
1 answers - Asked By: Danyelle - 1/15/2012
Is anyone still hiring for attorney jobs or should I forget about a law degree?
3 answers - Asked By: - 4/5/2009
I was interested in obtaining a federal gov. attorney position. I am just six months out of law school and have been working at a state gov. job since i got out. i have decent law school credentials...
2 answers - Asked By: LawDude - 5/24/2007
What do you have to do to become an attorney and what are other jobs that pay a High salary?I live in west palm beach florida can anyone help?
1 answers - Asked By: Sergio H - 12/13/2008
Do you feel that there is an unhealthy increase in the number of people practicing patent law? I am a senior mechanical engineer highly considering law school for the purpose of becoming a patent atto...
6 answers - Asked By: Braden K - 8/7/2006
Hi. I am a 2008 law school graduate who has passed the NY bar exam and will be admitted in July. I have passed the patent bar as well. I want to find a job prosecuting patent in NYC area. I had one a...
2 answers - Asked By: PAmoose - 6/3/2009
Note: I'm not asking about their availability, simple the best government legal jobs in terms of the following: Benefits Prestige Work-Life Balance Opportunity for advancement And this is a li...
1 answers - Asked By: Der Tag - 7/5/2009
Would an attorney who worked in a small town pay better than a concierge who worked at a 4 or 5 star hotel?
2 answers - Asked By: Monkey - 5/15/2010
Hi i'm 15, and thinking of my future, i get pretty good grades but i'm shy and timid around strangers but not ppl i know deeply,i always try my best, but can be slow at times, would it be a good job? ...
2 answers - Asked By: Kevin Gao - 12/7/2010
I am a recent law school graduate. I would like to work in Europe. Could anyone give me advice on getting an attorney position in Europe with a law degree received in U.S.? Should I try for a firm in ...
1 answers - Asked By: GatorMay - 10/22/2007
What is an In- house attorney or lawyer,what is their salary, the pro and cons.
1 answers - Asked By: stacybleue - 6/15/2010
I want to work 4 the Cia as a lawyer. Been to their websiite and i want to know the REAL hours & the average salary 4 that job. What college should i go to. If Harvard what classes should i take? th...
2 answers - Asked By: Al Jones - 10/12/2008
I'm a new graduated that recently was admitted to practice law in California. I'm not sure where to turn to for finding a job as an attorney. Most job listings require 3+ years experience. I would ...
5 answers - Asked By: jemt113 - 1/3/2008
I'm 13. I am trying as hard as I can to get good grades (especially in social studies) and I really want to become a lawyer/prosecuting attorney. First question- Is a prosecuting attorney like a l...
1 answers - Asked By: ME ME ME ME ME - 9/9/2011
2 answers - Asked By: Andrew W - 10/3/2009
My friend got put on 6 months probation for "praying to god and receiving an answer" and to me this sounds like conflict of religion so i was wondering what could happen to the prosecuting attorney if...
5 answers - Asked By: jake keeln - 3/10/2013
I somewhat recently began playing phoenix wright: ace attorney and it seemed so cool. I have a few years until university so I might think about taking up a law. Before posting this question, I alread...
1 answers - Asked By: Drakath - 9/5/2013
I'm a college student who's come home for summer break. I've a newfound interest in law. I would like to get a summer job in order to help pay for tuition, but this summer I would like to get in an at...
3 answers - Asked By: J K - 6/12/2009
Like, where is a good place to get a job like colorado, texas, utah?? How much do they make a month? Do they get paid bi weekly? How do they live? Is it easy to still work and raise a family? Could yo...
1 answers - Asked By: jeremy - 3/15/2013
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