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Jena Smith

In order to become an attorney you need to obtain a bachelor's degree. Once you have done that, study for and sign up to take the LSAT. Look up the required LSAT score for the school you would like to attend. After you get your score back start applying to schools. After you are accepted to a school and before being able to being practice, most states require you to take the MPRE (multistage professional responsibility examination, an ethics test). You also need to take and pass the bar exam for the state in which you would like to practice.

Answered 9 years ago

Jena Smith