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You need a bachelor's degree to start. It may be in criminal justice, business, history, political science or any other major. After this you need to take the LSAT and get into a law school. It takes three years to get your J.D. and another year to get your L.L.M. At most it will be eight years.
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How many years do it take to become a lawyer?

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