Becoming a Lawyer in Arkansas

by admin on August 27, 2014 in FAQ, Uncategorized

Contributed by Sean Keith

In order to become a lawyer that can file lawsuits in Arkansas Courts you need to be given a license by the Arkansas Supreme Court.  In order to get a license it is typical that a person earns a degree from college and then attends three years of further education at a law school.  After a total of seven years of education you are required to take the Bar Exam. This exam is given twice a year in Arkansas.  “It was three days long when I took it,” says Keith. This test is intended to determine whether one is qualified to practice law in a given jurisdiction and is administered by agencies of each state. Upon passing that test, which covers several different areas of the law, you are given a license assuming that your background is free of any crimes or other ethical behaviors.

 

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