You need a bachelor's degree (4 yrs) and a law degree (3 yrs). It may be helpful to take criminal law classes while in law school, but this is not usually required. The most important qualification to be a district attorney or an assistant district attorney is being licensed to practice law in your state.
In order to become an attorney or any sort, you will have need to have completed not only your Bachelor's degree, but you must also have complete your J.D. or Juris Doctorate from an accredited Law School. When in law school, you will have the option of specializing in insurance law or any other facet of the law that interests you.
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.
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