A bachelorï¿½s degree and work experience usually constitute the minimum requirements for a judgeship or magistrate position. A number of lawyers become judges, and most judges have first been lawyers. In fact, Federal and State judges usually are required to be lawyers. About 40 States allow non lawyers to hold limited-jurisdiction judgeships, but opportunities are better for those with law experience. Federal administrative law judges must be lawyers and pass a competitive examination administered by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Some State administrative law judges and other hearing officials are not required to be lawyers.
judges must be able to deciede what type of decision to make when it comes to a very hard case. And be able to have control of the court they just send
you do not.
what are the requirements
I need a Law degree
you need a collage education to be a mineralogist
you need to have a criminal justice degree to become a cop
"A+" training is all you need to become a technician "You will need to be a whiz on computers. You also need to be a whiz with tools.
There are some people that have never had any training or education to become an actress. There are others that have gone to acting school or have had an education in communication.
you don't need any education just skill
A high G.P.A
they need everything that an doctor needs
well you need to be very smart
you need a Bachelors Degree
you need to go to cosmetic school.....
Law and political probably
Where I come from, that and some training is all you need
no special training or education is needed to become a wedding planner, no experience is needed.
To become an oncologist requires many years of training in medical school.
none, but you have to be tough as nails
None what so ever
you need to be good at stuff
Acrhitects need to have an art and building degree
There is no specific educational or training requirements whatsoever in the Constitution to be eligible to become president.