What type of law courses should you take to become an attorney?

To become an attorney one must become a member of the bar. Requirements for bar membership vary from state to state. In the majority of states, membership requires the individual to take a pass the state's bar examination and the Professional Responsibility Examination. Eligibility to take the bar exam in the vast majority of the states requires a law degree from an accredited law school. A law degree requires about 80 to 90 credit hours. In most schools the first year of courses is a given. Civil Procedure Torts Property Contracts Criminal Procedure Legal Research, Writing and Oral Advocacy Other course include: Tax (personal and corporate) Remedies Business Law Estate and Probate Corporate Law Evidence Constitutional Law Immigration Law Intellectual Property Law