Marvin D. wrote:do you have to specialize to go into one of the fields you mentioned? or do you just start working as an intern?
Generally, being licensed as an attorney in the US enables you to practice in any area you want, so you don't have to "specialize" while in law school, per se. But if you're a bankruptcy lawyer who's randomly doing criminal cases, you're going to mess something up and get sued for malpractice. So yes, where you intern matters. You have to gradually get experience and then slowly gain expertise in different fields.
Marvin D. wrote:boy or girl kid?
Marvin D. wrote:
also how physically mature am i now asking for a friend
Based on your insta, you are a grown man.
radgeek wrote:If running for office is the goal, why wait that long?
Ultimately, I want to help create laws that are fair, just, and progressive. In my opinion, a prerequisive to becoming a lawmaker should be having a strong grasp on how laws created will be applied in the real world and in the courtroom. I want to practice as a lawyer to gain that understanding first.
Marvin D. wrote:What is your go-to dish to bring to a BBQ?
I usually end up bringing chips or drinks.
But I'm all about burgers, hot dogs, steaks, etc.!