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Career Description, Duties, and Common Tasks Lawyers generally perform actions on behalf of clients in court, advising them as to the proper course of action in civil and criminal activities. Attorneys tend to specialize in one aspect of the law, such as product liability, criminal justice, family law, or elder law. They may also advise companies on the validity of contracts and mergers or other aspects of corporate governance. Unlike many criminal justice careers, lawyers spend the majority of their time in offices or in the courtroom. Aspiring attorneys must have strong critical thinking and public speaking skills as well as research abilities.

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Steps for Becoming a Lawyer A Juris Doctor, or JD, which is a doctoral degree, typically takes three years and is required to become a lawyer. Most law schools require a bachelor's degree for admission, but many do not require a specific major. While political science, pre-law, and liberal arts degrees are all common choices for aspiring law students, they are not required. Prospective law students must take - and earn acceptable scores on - the Law School Admission Test, most commonly referred to as the LSAT. Once a prospective lawyer has earned a JD, he or she must pass the bar exam of the state(s) in which they wish to practice.
If you are interested in becoming a lawyer, you should:

  1. Earn a bachelor's degree in any subject.
  2. Take and pass the Law School Admission Test (LSAT).
  3. Attend law school and acquire a Juris Doctor (JD).
  4. Complete a clerkship at a local law firm to gain experience (optional).
  5. Take and pass your state Bar Examination.
  6. Apply to become a lawyer at an established law firm (or start a private practice).
  7. Be interviewed.
  8. Get hired as a lawyer.
Lawyer Job Training Aspiring lawyers generally begin their hands-on law training in law school. Law school clinics, which are usually non-profit organizations, allow students to gain real-world experience while working with seasoned lawyers. Students have the opportunity to advise clients under supervision, draft motions, present motions, communicate with the opposing counsel, and investigate cases. Graduates may also gain experience by offering their services pro bono. New attorneys generally join law firms and must work their way up through the ranks of the law practice or business for which they work. Some law firms also provide training for new attorneys. What that training entails depends on the individual law firm. Finally, some states require new attorneys to complete state-required training. For example, all new lawyers in Ohio must successfully complete seminars to fulfill their New Lawyer Training (NLT) requirements.
Other Helpful Skills and Experience Prospective attorneys should have strong communication skills (both oral and written) and should feel comfortable with public speaking. Lawyers often work with a diverse clientele and should possess the patience and empathy necessary when working with clients who may be in stressful, emotional situations. Attorneys with previous law experience, including working for law clinics or non-profits, will generally have a hiring advantage.

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Of course you need to finish your course law in college and then take the Law School Admission Test. Get as high a score as possible. Apply for a law school and then finally, to become a lawyer, you must pass at least one State Bar examination.

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