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  • 1. Lawyer
    Briana Johnson
    May 2, 2011
    3rd hour
    Career Technology
  • 2. Introduction
    You enter the courtroom at about 8 a.m. for your case. Briefcase filled with papers and contracts and all the information you need. You and your client sit down and discuses a few things before the judge comes. Next thing you know here comes the judge, time for the lawyer to get to work and defend there client or the company and win the case, and after you win you shake hand and walk out the courtroom to all these cameras and reports waiting for you. I first became interested in this career when I was about 13 years old, and ever since then I have been researching this career, it has just made me more interested. In order to get a better understanding of my career I need to research the responsibilities, working conditions, training, job outlook, earnings and related careers.
    The good lawyer is not the man who has an eye to every side and angle of contingency, and qualifies all his qualifications, but who throws himself on your part so heartily, that he can get you out of a scrape. -Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • 3. Nature of Work
    • Advise clients on legal rights and observation
    • 4. Represent companies in criminal and civil court cases
    • 5. Advise several corporate clients
    • 6. Work in-house as full-time employees of one company
    • 7. Keep companies out of trouble by helping to avoid problems
    • 8. Keep their clients up to date on new business laws and regulations
    • 9. Advice on labor relations, employee contracts, tax issues, suits against the corporation, employee injury, patents, and contracts with suppliers of raw materials
  • Working Conditions
    • Indoor
    • 10. Mental
    • 11. Assigned their own offices
    • 12. Their own secretaries
    • 13. Access to legal research assistants and a legal library
    • 14. Long hours, especially when they are preparing court cases
    • 15. May travel to various locations to investigate legal problems
    • 16. Work in offices, law libraries, and courtrooms
  • Training, Qualifications, Advancement
    • New York University ( NYU )
    • 17. 4-year college degree
    • 18. 3 years of law school
    • 19. Passing a written bar examination
    • 20. 7 years of full-time study after high school
    • 21. 4 years of undergraduate study
    • 22. Law school applicants must have a bachelor’s degree to qualify
    • 23. Approved by the American Bar Association ( ABA )
    • 24. Core courses in corporate law, trusts, and tax and insurance law
    • 25. Great deal of responsibility
    • 26. Like to work with people and be able to win the respect and confidence
    • 27. Start in paid positions
    • 28. High School classes : Business law, Practical law
  • Job outlook/ Employment
    • Rising
    • 29. Good employment outlook
    • 30. Not really competitive
    • 31. New York
    • 32. 759,200 jobs in 2008
    • 33. 26 percent of lawyers were self-employed
    • 34. Grow 13 percent during the 2008-18 decade
    • 35. Job growth among lawyers also will result from increasing demand
    • 36. They readily employ legal advisers
    • 37. Job openings should continue to be keen because of the large number of students
    • 38. Corporate Lawyer for a toy company , magazine or for clothes
  • Earnings
    • Lifestyle goal $70,000 or more
    • 39. Average—$50,000 to $90,000 per year
    • 40. Yes this fits my goal perfect
    • 41. Louis Vuitton Brief Case
  • Related Occupation
    Legal training is necessary in many other occupations, including:
    Judges, Magistrates, and other judicial workers
    Law clerks
    Title examiners, abstractors, and searchers
    Paralegals and legal assistants: helping lawyers prepare for closings, hearings, trials, and corporate meetings , they help draft contracts, mortgages, and separation agreements, coordinate the activities of other law office employees and maintain financial office records, assist attorneys with employee contracts, shareholder agreements, stock-option plans, and employee benefit plans
  • 42. Summary
    I feel that becoming a Corporate Lawyer is an amazing job and a way to be in the public eye. You can help the truth come out. Being a Corporate lawyer I will be dealing with all these companies and helping them in there time of need, when they really need to be pulled out of the gutter. On thing I look forward to seeing is what companies would try and hire me. I would love to see what I would really do and how I would handle the situations that I will encounter with the companies and there problems they have. I cant wait to be need by huge companies and organizations that make millions a year. I will be needed and loved.
  • 43. WorksCited
    http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos053.htm#training
    http://careers.stateuniversity.com/pages/722/Lawyer-Corporate.html