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In this course we will talk about how one becomes a lawyer: whether students need to take special classes in college, what tests they have to take, what law school is like and how a person goes from being a law student to being able to practice law. We will also discuss different types of law and careers in the legal field. All the while, we will discuss students' interest in the profession to link their passion/curiosity to the lesson. We will begin with introductions and initial questions...
This class aims to give students an idea of what academic path they will need to take to become a lawyer. This class also aims to develop students' interest in the law by introducing students to different areas of law and careers that the student may not have been aware of before.
I have six years of work experience as a paralegal in both civil and criminal settings. I am completing a law degree in which I received several academic honors and awards. I also worked hard to be second in my class and the areas of Torts (civil law) and Criminal law are my strongest subjects. My work experience has added to my academic studies, as I have real-world experience in what I have studied. Having this real-world experience and relating it to what I am learning in law school has made me even more excited and passionate about becoming an attorney. I have seen through working with my former bosses, and learning about certain cases in school, that being a lawyer can be a very impactful job in the lives of clients'. I hope to share these insights with learners to show them a different side of working in the legal field.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Meet the teacher
I have been teaching on Outschool since April 2020 and it has been such a wonderful experience! I aim to offer fun, interesting, and unique classes to learners. I have 8 years of experience tutoring children and three years of experience as an...