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Jerrold Brown

Honestly, I don't know. If you were convicted of a felony, I think it is pretty unlikely that you would be admitted to law school or hired by a law office. That may not be fair, but doubt you'll find a job in the law.

Answered 2 years ago

Jerrold Brown
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Cierra N. Barnes

Use your networking connections that you have from school, whether it be an attorney or a judge. Everyone most likely knows each other in the same field in your area. Also, be upfront and honest if asked about your felony.

Answered 2 years ago

Cierra N. Barnes
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Sheena Marie Lapping

I was thinking I could ask them to work for free for two weeks, in order to get a reference.

Answered 3 years ago

Sheena Marie Lapping
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Troy Burks

I think the best idea is to tell them your a felon and that you should get a judge to assist you on getting you a job or someone who has a high degree in law

Answered 3 years ago

Troy Burks