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How much does a lawyer make a year?
It depends on what type of law and what type of law firm, they can earn as little as Â£30k ($45k) pa up to several million
It depends on the lawyer.
lawyers make about 124,750 a year Lawyers make an average of this much a year.
$50,000 to $165,000 a year for mostThe average is between $85,000 and $125,000 a yearEarnings depend on experience, reputation, and the type of law
The average annual salary for a civil lawyer is 88,186 dollars per year. The salary range for a civil lawyer is between 58,199 and 118,173 dollars per year.
From the U.S. Department of Labor: In May 2008, the median annual wages of all wage-and-salaried lawyers were $110,590. The middle half of the occupation earned between $74,…980 and $163,320. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_much_money_does_a_lawyer_earn#ixzz1vQrIp8tt
There is no simple answer to this question. Lawyers in the public sector (prosecutors, public interest lawyers) typically make far less than those in private practice. S…tarting salaries for large law firms are $100,000 +. Many public interest lawyers make less than half that amount. Successful partners in the largest firms make more than $1,000,000 a year.
30k + depending on civil or private employment. Ontrack Financial Group llc WikiAnswers Response Team Https://www.OntrackFinancialGroup.com
An average experienced lawyer (note how I said average, so a good lawyer can earn almost 300% of this amount) earns around £90,000. A barrister earns around £125,000, and …a judge at a small courtroom can earn £200,000 a year!
It depends on a few factors, including the branch of military, service location, time in, etc. JAG attorneys get paid according to pay grade scale (figure approx. 60K to 80K).… But the benefits raise that value considerably, such as almost instant rank, retention pay (you get as much as 60K to stay on after your initial 4 year commitment, housing allowances so you don't have to live on base, food allowance, paid vacations that start with 30 days. And, the experience will make you a tough lawyer in the civilian world once you retire from service. Civilian attorneys charge around $200 an hour, but we'll never know how many clients they have or hour many hours they put in, if they do contingency work, are on retainer lot of factors. So what a JAG lawyer makes is a relative figure.
The income of lawyers varies tremendously. Not every lawyer has the same number of clients, and not all clients have equally expensive legal problems. At the present time the …supply of lawyers is very high, so they have to compete for business. Wealth is not guaranteed.