From what I've heard, most lawyers major in something kind of related to law and then minor in pre-law. Right now, I want to major in Historybeith a minor in pre-law. If there is a pre-law major program I would love that. Question 1: What prerequisites are there to studying pre-law or History?... Read more »
In almost all colleges and universities, pre-law is not a major nor is it a minor. Some schools offer what is called a "concentration" in pre-law, but you would still need to choose a major. You are not required to have a minor in most schools. Some schools have scholar's programs in...Read more »
I am soon to be starting my junior year in high school and am interested in going into the law profession. I probably won't be able to get all thhn language credits through my high school due to scheduling. Can I earn these credits in a college course then enroll? Do I need to be in high... Read more »
Congratulations on determining your interests for college and beyond. Many high school students find this difficult. Pre-law programs vary for each college. Language requirements are usually only suggested, and not required. Pre-law is not typically a major of study. Many pre-law students in...Read more »
It's impossible to say without knowing the details of your situation. Nursing homes generally charge people to stay there. It is better to get an apartment or section 8 housing if you can. Call the Chicago Homelessness Prevention Call Center at 311 for advice regarding your situation.
A mental health clinic is not a place for free housing. It's a place for people who have serious mental defects that need to be institutionalized so as not to harm themselves or others. Telling the police that you are homeless won't get you sent to one. Why involve the police in this?...Read more »
My legal name on my birth certificate is different from the name I’ve been using my whole life. My legal information, like SS# drivers license number and schooling is in the name I use not my legal name. I want to travel outside of the US and need a passport that now I am not able to option.
If you received the subpoena and a check for witness fees and mileage, you must go. If there no check was enclosed with the subpoena, you must either go or have an attorney appear on your behalf to ask that the subpoena be quashed for failure to pay the witness fee.
You need to give specifics here, a lot more facts than just a question as to whether modifying a video game is illegal or not. It could, in all honesty, take many hours of legal research in order to be able to answer your question. It would depend upon the facts of the individual case of modifying...Read more »
I had an appointment with a hospital and ran late due to a fatal car accident. I contacted the hospital and informed them I was running late due to this matter. The Resident my children were suppose to see that day adhered to the hospitals policy and requested that I make another appt. He had no... Read more »
Found their commission number online but need to contact this notary because someone photocopied their name and seal from an old notarized document than forged signature. How do I know this? The person forgot to change the year after they photocopied it. I received this document on March 9th, 2015... Read more »
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