How many years do you have to study to be a lawyer?

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Four year degree, two year clerkship after that and then admission exams before you can be admitted as a lawyer. 6 years!
Most states require a 4 year B.A. degree and 3 years in law school for a total of 7 years. Some states allow you to study with a lawyer and take the Bar exam. All states require some form of Bar exam, most using the Multistate Bar Exam as their base exam and additional state exams.
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