What qualifications do you need to become a lawyer?
The requirements may vary depending on the country. Generally, an applicant needs to have graduated from high school and have a bachelor's degree, and be able to pass the entrance exams for law school at a University. And then there is a 3 course of study to obtain a law degree. Being called to "the Bar " means that a person is now a fully qualified lawyer, able to practice law in their jurisdiction.
A bachelor's degree, then go to law school for about 3 years (if you attend full-time)..then pass the bar.
You need a law degree in most states and then you need a license to practice law. The only 'training' in most places is what you get on the job.
The qualifications to become a patent lawyer depend on the country and/or state you live in. However, in general you need several years of post high school education in order to become a patent lawyer. You need to a college degree in the technical field you'll be specializing in, a law degree, and have passed additional exams specific to patent law.
To become any kind of lawyer, the process varies from country to country. In the U.S, the first stage is to gain a bachelors' degree, ideally in a relevant subject area such as criminal law. A further three years must then be spent at Law School. After successfully completing Law School, the 'bar exam' then has to be completed to become a practicing lawyer. Embezzlement law can the be practised.