How many years to become a lawyer?
You need a bachelor's degree to start. It may be in criminal justice, business, history, political science or any other major. After this you need to take the LSAT and get into a law school. It takes three years to get your J.D. and another year to get your L.L.M. At most it will be eight years.
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While it only takes a mere 8 years of formal education to learn the legal procedures, and precedents, to learn to maintain oxygen levels while feeding at such depths can take …a lifetime.
it takes one if your good. =D
About 4 years in undergrad, and about 3 years of law school, then the bar exam will be a couple months later and results usually take a few months after that. So all out, it…'s about 7-8 years if you go full time.
4 years because they have to be good lawyers
It takes around seven years to become a lawyer. After this, theyearn a J.D. degree. They can continue to go to school in order tospecialize, much like a doctor would.
it may take 9-10 years
\nIn the US, one first does a 4-yr degree in the bachelor of the arts before pursuing a law degree at a law school\n. \nit is sometimes possible to gain admission to a law w…ith a 2-yr degree, it all depends on the institution and the individual's record and capabilities.\n. \nlaw school is 3-yr degree program.\n. \n. \n. \nIn the UK there are law courses right away, which tend to be a 3-yr undertaking plus one year of mandatory legal practice course
Since a lawyer has to have 12 years of experience in law how many do you have to have to become a lawyer?
Experience Needed to Become a Lawyer . You have to have 12 years plus the amount of years spent in college.
I think it takes about 4 - 5 years to become a family lawyer.
Within the United States, it would take four years for the bachelor's degree, and an additional three years of law school.
It will take approximately four years - as a full-time student - for the bachelor degree and three additional years of law school to obtain the juris doctor (JD) degree.
it takes 3-4 years in undergraduate university then 2-3 years in law school thus 6-8 years
Short answer:7-8 years Long answer: Typically you need a 4 year pre-law degree, then 3 years of law school followed by passing the Bar Exam with the exception of California t…hat does not require you to have any degree from a law school. This is assuming that you don't fail any classes or take any time off.
7 years. first you would take 4 years of pre-law at most major universities. Then you would apply to law school which is relatively competitive.
4 years of bachelors then 3-4 years of law school and then u pass the bar exam ( generally its 6 months )
3 minimum, to 6 years.