I don't know but I think it is 1 to 2 years.
I think that you are asking what classes you can take in high school if you want to be a criminal lawyer, so this is the question that I will answer. Really, in high school, there aren't many classes that are related to criminal law. When I was in high school, there were a few classes that touched on criminal law such as my business law class and my sociology class. I would encourage you to look into some local community colleges that allow you to attend classes for high school credit. Many community colleges offer criminal justice or criminology classes which will prepare you for similar classes in college and in law school. Good luck!
Getting into law school is very competitive. Although criminal justice classes are not required, taking the any criminal justice classes as well as the necessary LSAT will give you an advantage in the application process.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE CLASSES, BUT EVERY CLASS IS IMPORTANT FOR THE JOB.
I am not sure if all high schools offer it, but in my school I am in the "Law" major, so we are allowed to take law-related electives. In order to become an attorney, I would suggest classes like Criminal Law, Legal Ethics, Civil Law, etc. They are really interesting classes and will hopefully help you in a career with law.
i believe theater arts classes are needed to become an actor.
What classes do you have to take in high school inorder to become a cardiovascul;ar surgon?
you have to take cooking classes
you have to take law classes to be in this feild
There are no real high school classes that will cover this, but if you take college prep classes you will be able to enroll in a college that will lead you to this goal.
what classes should i take in high school or collage to become a marine biologist
Courses dealing with law will be beneficial in becoming an attorney. A four-year degree undergraduate degree is required to become a criminal lawyer. Three years of law school will be required as well, then the bar exam will have to be taken. There are many general education classes that will needed to be taken, and a course in criminal law will be useful.
Best answer and best advice would be to talk to your high school counselor. The basic classes are English and Math, but that's in high school. In college, a Criminal Justice degree is favorable and joining a physical sport.
You dont have to worry about taking any classes to be a lawyer in middle school,you need to wait until high school.
all of them
Any classes dealing with biology and childcare.
No high school classes, other then your core classes (math, reading, etc.) are required for a profession after high school
you dont take any classes
The classes you take in Junior High are not a factor. The classes you take in high school do not really affect your ability to become an attorney. And, believe it or not, the classes you take in college don't really matter. Law students can have just about any degree and go to law school. I was an engineer with no thoughts of law school when I got out of college.