Q: hello, I am a high school graduate looking forward to being a lawyer in the future. I need help from professional lawyer

hello, I am a high school graduate looking forward to being a lawyer in the future. I need help from professional lawyers to guide me through the list of subjects I need to study as an undergraduate, and what I need to go through in order to get into a law school. I need every detail, maybe share your study. please and thank you

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
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A: There isn't really a list of undergrad courses needed to study in preparation for law school. People enter law school with many different types of undergraduate backgrounds. They cover law subjects when they get to law school. Whatever major you choose, try to maintain good grades. Consider a prep course for the LSAT. For the level of detail you mention, you could learn more from law students relating their experiences in videos, blogs, articles, or other resources. Good luck

Tim Akpinar

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Stephen Arnold Black
Stephen Arnold Black
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Orlando, FL

A: Take a lot of classes that require reading about complex issues and also take classes like public speaking and debating so you can think on your feet

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