What government organizations/companies will pay for law school? none:( - Probably none. Organizations pay to fund candidates in fields that need more people. You can't throw an ambulance without hitting a dozen lawyers nowadays. - The Army, if you agree to become a JAG. Some businesses will if you've worked for them long enough and they see that. How can a Canadian lawyer practice in TX? can they just sit for the bar? or go thru school all over? I had a student who was an attorney in the ...› Continue reading
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If you or someone you know has been a victim of a boating
accident, you need an individual who basically understands what
you're going through especially when you are considering to file
a lawsuit against the person who is at fault of the incident. I
am referring here to a boating accident lawyer who knows the
legal implications of your trial and who will be your greatest
support along the process.
Basically, you need an experienced and competent boating
accident lawyer to back you up in your ...› Continue reading
Lawyers often get a bad rap for a variety of reasons and the public generally views them as amoral but necessary nuisances. And while some lawyers very easily fit this description (see Devil's Advocate: History's Most Controversial Lawyers), it would be a grave mistake to lump all attorney's into this unfortunate stereotype. After all, a court of law was amongst the first societal innovations to accompany the rise of civilization, and in the same way that there are two sides to every story - ...› Continue reading
President Bush's selection of the Hon. John Roberts is an
interesting choice. The betting, and there had been betting, was
on a minority or female candidate. Instead, President Bush
swings for the fences with a middle-aged, white male. Let the
Regardless of your political views, Roberts' intellectual
competency cannot be questioned. This man was a very competent
lawyer and is a thoughtful judge. As an advocate, his arguments
before the Supreme Court were always ...› Continue reading
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