Most U.S. law schools require 3 years of study to receive a Juris Doctorate, the degree required to become a lawyer. This is in addition to however long it takes to get a bachelors degree, which is required to get into law school.
After 12th you have to go for 5 years integrated course. And after Degree you have to go for 3 years course.
To become a corporate lawyer you need to first earn a bachelor degree, which takes four years of full-time study. That is followed by three years full-time of law school, after which you will need to pass the bar exam.
I takes more than five years in college to become a DUI Lawyer.
It takes 7 years to become a lawyer. Plus some accounting classes for IRS.
You don't really have to study to become a waitress.
Most places require a law degree to sit for the bar. That would be three years full time. Plus the time to study for the bar exam.
how long it take to become a lawyer in trinidadand tobago
to become a accountant you have to study 5 to 7 years
Three to five years
you need to study for 3-4 years and then if you focus on 1 special part of law it may add an extra year to your training. I don't really know what you need to study but i'd like to know myself. Oxford and Cambrige are good for that sort of thing !!!
Including undergraduate coarse work, law school, and the bar exam as a full time student it would take around 7 or 8 years to become a bankruptcy lawyer.
7 to 10 years
about 3-4 years
There are numerous disadvantages to being a lawyer. Lawyers work long hours, the amount of money and school it takes to become a lawyer, and examinations and fees.
a lawyer at least 7 years. and hardly any law firms will accept you in nowadays
Judging by your spelling, a very, very long time.
Too long, you best off becoming a doctor or a lawyer.
yes of course as long as you are rehabilitated
you usually have to study for about 3-4 years