Lawyer A representative speaking on behalf of a client in a civil or criminal case

(to the left) evidence is projected onto the screens for the whole courtroom to see; (to the right) case files are documented on a computer
  • E-billing is used to send and receive billing electronically
  • Electronic Case Management is used to store case files
  • E-filing is used in the courtrooms to file documents
  • Electronic Database Discovery is used to image, code, analyze, review, and manager evidence of the greater amount
  • FLIP Report is an online legal service used to record clients' objections into time-based billing
The comparison of percentage of employment and annul wages of lawyers to other legal professions.

To be a lawyer, you have to earn a Bachelor's degree and a Juris Doctor degree from law school.

In most US states, when attending a law school to get your licence, the school has to be accredited by the American Bar Association.

In the beginning of an attorney's career, they start out as an associate of a law firm.

An attorney can practice in different areas such as real estate, criminal, matrimonial, probate, or even environmental law.

Why to be a Lawyer

Personally, I want to be a lawyer to defend the voiceless and stand up for victims. I want to be the person that helps ensure that criminals receive the punishment they deserve. I will be the voice for the voiceless.

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