Lawyers By Garrett burch

Lawyers

  • help design contracts
  • Advise and represent clients in court
  • prepare and file legal documents
  • Interpret laws for buisnesses
  • Conduct research for legal problems

Work enviorment

Lawyers work mostly in offices. However, some travel to attend meetings with clients at various locations, such as homes, hospitals, or prisons. Others travel to appear before courts. Lawyers may face heavy pressure during work, for example during trials or when trying to meet deadlines

How to become one

Becoming a lawyer usually takes 7 years of full-time study after high school—4 years of undergraduate study, followed by 3 years of law school

Pay

On average Lawyers in 2015 made $144,050 a year.

Job outlook

The total amount of jobs is projected to grow by 6% by 2024.

Similar Jobs

Similar jobs include judges, and Government legal advice.

Roswell high school currently does not support a course to become a Lawyer.

In conclusion, A lawyer is a hard job to get and keep, but the rewards are vast

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