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    A person choosing what to do as a career is probably one of the hardest decisions they will ever make in their life. There are numerous options for education that will get a person to the same career goal. Usually, this means deciding among options such as a technical degree, a community college, or a university. After making this tough choice, the decision making process is far from over. Not only does the person need to choose what type of school they attend, such as private or public, but they

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    Daniel Webster

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    successfully combined his political and legal career and played a role as lawyer, congressman, orator, secretary of state, leader of two parties, and a presidential candidate. His father, recognizing that his son was more suited for scholastics than for farm life, ensured that Daniel received an education. Webster studied at the Phillips Exeter Academy before enrolling at Dartmouth in 1797. Webster eventually graduated from Dartmouth College in 1801. Webster opened a legal practice in Portsmouth, New Hampshire

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    Goals Never Die

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    Allowing one's personal aspirations to fall victim to life's hardships may be a desirable solution, but also a costly sacrifice. It takes perseverance, drive and passion to rise above difficulties, and a long-term goal always serves as a light at the end of a seemingly never-ending tunnel. My goal is simple: intellectual enrichment and the use of my knowledge to help those in need of a helping hand. My life experiences have helped me to appreciate the value of this goal, and I look forward to reaching

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    George F. Handel

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    And really it was under the influence and the strong expectations of the latter that like many other aspirants gentlemen, the young Haendel enrolled the university of Halle as a law student. But after his father death he decided not to pursue the legal career and began instead to perfection those skills as a musician which some three years of lessons taken in his hometown from the reknown organ player Wilhelm Zachau had awakened in him When in 1703 Haendel eventually left Halle and went to Hamburg

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    has pledged to meet Bush's goal of completing the confirmation proceedings before the court's new term begins on October 3. Roberts also had a meeting with Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid on his schedule. Bush's pick "has had an impressive legal career" and other fine qualities, the Nevada lawmaker said in remarks on the Senate floor during the day. But, he added, "they do not automatically qualify John Roberts to serve on the highest court of the land." He said senators "must be convinced

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    Paralegal or a Legal Assistant is a person qualified through education, training, or work experience to be able to do different types of legal work while being supervised by an attorney. The term “legal assistants” and “paralegals” are interchangeable just as the term “lawyer” an “attorney”. It all depends on the area that they work in, as how they will be labeled. “Eight great things about being a paralegal: • Rising pay, the average paralegal salary is around $50,000.00 per year • Employment outlook

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    Information Services with-in the legal industry can be a very rewarding career. Law firms in general usually have large budgets and can afford the latest and greatest in technology and technology training. Additionally, the working conditions are quite comfortable and relaxed. Although Information Service oriented careers are typically viewed as blue collar jobs, there are many perks within a successful firm that can make them sometimes seem otherwise. Law firms are in the business of billing and

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    years, some of my fondest memories were of going to my father’s law office to complete my homework. As soon as I would finish my homework, I would observe my father building up his cases and I was absolutely fascinated. Consequently, I took a job as a legal assistant for a solo practicing attorney. This experience further solidified my desire to become an attorney. But, a devastating event in my life made me and other important people in my life question whether or not I was going to go back for the second

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    and graduated first in his class. Later, her received his A.B. summa cum laude in history in 1957 from Georgetown University and was class valedictorian. Scalia continued to be very successful in academics at Harvard Law School. Scalia began his legal career in 1961 as an associate at the law firm of Jones, Day, Cockley, and Reavis in Cleveland, Ohio. After a number of different jobs Scalia decided to go into teaching at the University of Virginia in 1967. From 1981 to 1982 he served as chairman of

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    My chosen career: My aspiration for my future legal career is to become a solicitor. This is despite the competition and entry difficulties this sector is known for, which I will address later on. In a practical sense there are two entry routes, which is either through the LPC (1 year course) and then a 2-year training contract or Cilex fast track and 3 years qualifying employment . The Cilex route is to become a legal executive rather than a solicitor. However, the job description of the two is

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