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Transcript of Criminal Law
Finding My Future
Government & Public Admin
Understanding legal Issues
Setting your own schedule
Determining your own clients
Determining your own pay
What Will You Know?
How long will I be in school?
Is law School Apart of the University?
What are the best law schools in Texas?
What are some requirements for the schools listed?
Whats the next step after law school?
What do I need to major in?
What classes do I need to take?
How long do I need to intern?
When do I get to handle my own cases?
What is the hourly/annually pay for beginning lawyers?
Books Related to My Career
" To Kill A Mockingbird"- Harper lee
" In Cold Blood"- Truman Capote
" Billy Budd, Sailor" - Herman Melville
" Waldne Two" - B.F. Skinner
" Damages"- Berry Werth
Four year Degree ( Major)
1 month studying for LSAT
Full Time: 3 Years
Part Time: 4-5 Years
2-3 Months Studying for BAR Exam
2-3 Months Results for BAR Exam
2-3 Months Background Check, residence check, financial check, employment history
Governance National Security
Revenue & Taxation
Have to hold back morals
A lot of outside work in school
A lot of outside work within the career
The Law school being in your university will depend on what University you choose to go to for your 4- year degree (mentioned in the slides to come)
University Of Texas at Austin Law School
Baylor Law School
Dedman School of Law SMU
University of Houston Law Center
Texas A&M University School of Law
South Texas College of Law
St. Marys school of Law
Thurgood Marshall School of Law
Work in law firms
Get a post JD degree
Start a solo practice
work for the government or the military
corporate legal department
Social Science and Humanities
Science and Bussiness
Art & Sports
"MORE WORK = MORE EXPERIENCE
MORE EXPERIENCE = BETTER OPPURTUNITES"
-Dr. Erin Kelly ( October 26, 2016)