Many people enter college with their futures already situated in their minds. Their dreams and aspirations are already in place, set for them months or years prior to settling into their first college dorm room. They may choose to be a Nurse, Teacher, or a Police Officer. No matter the choice, there was some instance in their life when they chose that road. My choice was made in the back seat of mr. bingings mock trial class of my junior year. Being from a family where you are expected to be a great student, I always knew that I would succeed at whatever my future goals would be. My father said that he always knew that mine would be the Lawyer or judge or something. Everyone has their own reasons for wanting to be a lawyer, and for many including myself, it’s the income of the profession.
Becoming an attorney requires extensive education, training, and hard work but rewards those who persevere with a career filled with a sense of purpose, importance and financial security. In order to become an attorney, a person must have a bachelor's degree and then enroll and complete three years of law