i think so but i am not sure
He became a lawyer in New York City
In order to become an attorney in New York, a person must graduate with a J.D. from an accredited law school, and pass the New York state bar exam.
If you're referring to New York, the state, the title would be Governor. If you're referring to New York, the city, the title would be Mayor.
New York follows Lien Theory.
Albany is a city and not a state but it is the State Capital of New York State.
New York City has not become a state yet; it's still a city.
As of today, NY state does not require a state or local test to become licensed. The only requirement is filing forms with the state, and fingerprinting. The title buearu (Dept. of State) has said that they think licensing in NY will not be instituted until 2010 or later.
Robert Livingston was a lawyer, politician and founding father of the United States. He was born, raised and lived in what would become New York State.
new york became a state in July 26,1788
The state of New York.
It is not a state it a city and still a part of New York.New York City isn't a state. It is a city within the state of New York.
From what I understand you need a lawyer and your judge has to like you.
One can become a tax lawyer in New York City by getting the appropriate training and finding a job opening. Some websites for job openings include Indeed and Simply Hired.
New York became a state on July 26, 1788.
because it was
in which state in new york a good lawyer can make 500 dollars an hour and some of the money won from the case
Thomas a. Fronde
In New York City one can join a few lawyer associations. One can join the 'New York City Bar Association', 'New York County Lawyers Association' and the 'New York State Trial Lawyers Association'.
in new york state $50.00