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  • you could challenge the bar exam and become a non law school lawyer. but watching all the episodes of Perry Mason, Matlock and Law and Order are a must.
  • Traditionally one must obtain a bachelors degree first from an accredited university before applying to law school. Under normal circunstances it takes 4 years to obtain that degree then 3 additional years of law school to obtain a JD (Doctor of Jurisprudence) Degree before being eligable to sit for the bar exam in your state.
  • However long it takes you to get your Bachelor's degree. Then 3 more years after that for law school. That one you cannot drag out. You must complete it in 3 years. "Before you go to law school, you'll need a bachelor's degree. Law school applicants aren't required to have any particular major for undergraduate education. In fact, the American Bar Association (ABA) encourages students to study any subject they find fascinating and challenging." "a student's undergraduate degree, law school does not allow a student to choose their own pace. Law students are required by most law schools to complete the law program in three years. Under special circumstances, an extension may be permitted but that is not the norm." www.lawyeredu.org/how-long-is-law-school.html
  • Depends on your lever of retardness!

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