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education history

process to be a human rights lawyer
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Diane Ha

on 28 October 2009

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Employment/ Eudcation history In order to be a lawyer, students have to take courses in secondary school.

The helpful courses/ activities are:
English
History
Literature
Law
Peer Tutor Club
Peer Council/ Student Council
graduate from highschool
and get a diploma Student have to get degrees from college or university
Universities doesn't have law in the first year but students can take law- related courses like English, Literature, Language, Political Science, and Psychology.
It is important to take courses that enables students to think logically. Graduate University/ College

At this moment, students have to
choose to set their own office or
join to a law firm.

Usually, students choose to employ
in the company Interview and get into law firm if one wants to
work in law community with colleague Generally, after 3-5 years, one can be a prominent lawyer in a law firm.

Lawyers' incomes are decided depends on the expereince of a lawyer. Human rights lawyers
generally advise for clients
and help them to maintain thier human rights
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