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    Question: How long does it take and what do you have to do to become a lawyer?

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    After graduating high school, it takes about 7 years of college to become a lawyer. In order to attend law school a person must first have a Bachelor's degree in any subject, which usually takes about 4 years to complete. About a year or so before a person wants to be in law school, they have to begin the application process. This includes taking a test called the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT). The score on the test, along with the other application materials, helps the admissions officers to decide whether to accept or deny an application for law school.

    Law school is 3 years. After law school, a person must be admitted to a state bar in order to practice law in that state. A person must pass a special test called the bar exam that tests the person on their knowledge of the law. The test is usually taken a few months after graduating law school. Additionally, state bars require a person be screened for character and fitness to practice before being admitted. In Arizona, students who graduate in May, pass the test in July and pass character and fitness review are admitted to practice in October, only 5 months after they have finished their schooling. Once admitted, you can practice law. To find out more about applying to law school, visit the Law School Admissions Council online.


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    On 05/27/09
    steven from PA said:
    Im already a lawyer and enjoy it
    On 05/26/09
    jeny from HI said:
    i want to be a lawyer some day! but i still dont get how many years it takes! some people say 7 some say 10 but i dunno!
    On 05/22/09
    raven from MS said:
    hey this is very helpful for me i thank your so much
    On 05/20/09
    lil li from CA said:
    i hope i can become a lawyer
    On 05/17/09
    sar from TN said:
    i also want to be a lawyer ,but i don;t how lang it takes or when to start maybe i will find answer someday i hope so. how long do you it takes to be one?
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