Congratulations on your decision to further your career as a lawyer in the state of Arizona.
Similar to other states in the U.S. individuals need to complete both their undergraduate degree and their law school degree. A strong GPA in undergraduate school and a high LSAT score will make enrollment into law school much easier. After successful completion of law school all graduates are required to pass the bar exam before legally practicing law.
Below is a breakdown of what you can expect on the bar exam:
The first day is primarily essay responses to questions on any of the following topics: (this list does not cover everything but is a sampling)
- Criminal Law
- Corporation and business law
- Family law
- Trusts and wills
- Constitutional law
The second day is a multiple choice exam.
The Arizona bar exam offers a maximum 600 points between both testing days. A score of 410 or more is needed in order to pass the exam.
- Arizona has +- 16,000 active and licensed attorneys.
- The average Arizona lawyer wage is $124,xxx per year.
Getting Accepted Into an Arizona Law School.
Your grade point average in college and scores on the LSAT are the two major determining factors for admission to most Arizona law schools.
Why Is Law School In Arizona & The Bar Exam Necessary?
Without a license to practice law in Arizona, a person cannot give legal advice, represent persons in court, or handle many other legal matters. In Arizona if you pass the Bar exam you must go in front of the Arizona Supreme Court. If they think that the person is academically and ethically fit to practice law, the Supreme Court’s Committee will admit them into the State Bar of Arizona.
Popular Law Schools In The State Of Arizona.
Below is a list to law schools in Arizona actively accepting applications each year.
Law Schools in State
Phoenix School of Law
Sandra Day O’Connor
University of Arizona
Online Law Schools
Local Law Firms In Arizona
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