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What kind of four year bachelor's degree do I need to become a lawyer?

Ashley Howard

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Jeffrey Rodriguez on September 22, 2018

Those who pursue law school come from a variety of educational backgrounds. Most always hear them say that they are in pre-law. Even so, there is no such thing as a degree In pre-law. It is a plan of studies of pathways to ensure that the student is taking the appropriate prerequisites required by law schools. Therefore, your main can be in almost any area. Those who pursue a law degree typically complete four years of undergraduate and three years of law school, for a total of seven years after the completion of the high school. In addition, the person must pass the written bar exam. For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section (u.s. Department of Labor) indicated directly below this answer section.

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