What is a lawyer? A lawyer is someone that can be hired or work for a company and fight cases in court. A lawyer can specialize in many different fields.
What does a lawyer do? Lawyers advise and represent individuals, businesses, and government agencies on legal issues and disputes.
What types of specialties can a lawyer have? Some specific specialties are Bankruptcy lawyers, civil rights attorneys, and Military lawyers.
Where does a lawyer work? A lawyer spends most time in a law firm (unless in court)
What is the work schedule of a lawyer? The majority of lawyers work full time and have long hours.
How much education does a lawyer need? A lawyer need a four year bachelors degree and a three year law degree.
To be a lawyer do you need any specific qualities? You need to be good at arguing and making a point.
How do you work your way up to being a lawyer? A lot of law students get an internship at a law firm.
How much does a lawyer get paid? As of May 2012, the average annual income was $113,530. And the average hourly income was $54.58.
What is the demand of layers? Employment of lawyers is projected to grow 10 percent from 2012 to 2022, about as fast as the average for all occupations.