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What to do when your in laws family sucks?

A:  i don''t really know what you are asking, but i hope you figure it all out. Well, if it were me, I''d just stay away from them. If they are as crazy as you say don''t go around them. You can''t help if you don''t like them, you don''t have to. I love my in-laws because they brought my husband into the world, but they drive me nuts. Don''t even get me started on the stupid crap they pull. We moved away from them and visit on holidays. I bite my tongue on those wonderous occasions for my husbands sake. I don''t need to remind him how crappy they are, he knows, but he still loves them. Like your fiance probably loves her mom, just deal when you have to and the rest of the time stay away. I think that as long as your fiance and you are in agreement about how you feel then you will be able to...

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What are some neat niches in law careers?

A:  I know people who specialise in Personal Psychological Injury cases. But actually take a topic that you care about. Maybe you a pilot, or like animals. Perhaps you like sport (there is a whole area of sporting law now) and so on. Then you can specialise in that area. Environmental law, elder-care law, adoption law, music/art law, immigration law, There are MANY, MANY specialities. BUT if you want a job, you''ll probably have to generalize. What are your goals? If your goal is employment, forget a career in law. There are no available jobs. Just do a search here on Yahoo answers to discover the status of the field of Law. It isn''t good....

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I am looking forward to a career in law...I need some help!?

A:  No. Personal injury law is when someone gets hurt in an accident. If you are an attorney for a sports team, you would probably need a background in business law/corporate law/civil litigation/contracts. You would probably not represent the athletes if you work for the team. They usually have their own attorneys. You would be representing the actual team and protecting them from legal issues. You really need to do your research on attorneys. I don''t think you quite understand how it works. Deciding on a career can be a true headache, and you really want to be certain that you take the proper decision because your career can affect so many aspects of your life. A friend of mine over the past few weeks had a change of career and he discovered a lot of guidance from the site in the box below...

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Whats the best way to pursue a career in law-enforcement at 18 in AL?

A:  Get a degree in just about anything. Criminal Justice is OK it just doesn''t give you a lot of options if the police thing doesn''t work out or you change your mind. If college isn''t for you join the military as an MP. 4 years there and you will be on the top of most police hire lists....

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Questions about a career in law, I''d prefer Australians to answer. Yes/no answers?

A:  The practice of law in Australia is regulated by the States, so the rules are different in each state. In Victoria, for example, the main professional body for solicitors is the Law Institute of Victoria. For barristers, it is the Victorian Bar. I''m not 100% sure about whether annual registration is required, but my guess would be most likely, at least in some states. There are set standards of practice, and guidelines that lawyers must adhere to. Finally, in Victoria, there is a Legal Services Commissioner (http://www.lsc.vic.gov.au/) to address complaints about the conduct of lawyers. I don''t know what the system for dealing with complaints is in other states, but I would assume that there is a means for dealing with such matters. yes no yes yes...

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What does it really mean when a man calls you their "baby"?

A:  LOL Some of the answers to your question are so judgmental they made me laugh. Let me say that it depends. Some men may call you baby because they aren''t bothered to remember your name. Some men call you baby because they like to think of the woman they are with as easily manipulated and using ''baby'' has a coddling sound to it. Some men call you baby or baby girl because they are simply wanting to express to you that they have feelings for you that go beyond sexual desire. They sense an innocence from you that they like/love. A vulnerability that I think most men want to experience from a woman. Yes, yes, men want an angel on their arm for the viewing and a devil in the bed for private time. But admit it ladies. That''s what we want too. It

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Has anyone here studied a degree in LAW?

A:  I''m not sure what ''law school'' Al Jeezy went to, but I can tell you a few things about law school from my experience. In law school ethics are very important. This includes not being condescending to others. Whether you attend a tier one or tier four law school, all students take the same bar exam (in a given state) and get the same license to practice. There is certainly a lot of money to be earned in the profession. The courses are going to be difficult wherever you attend. In the United States law school admission comes after a bachelors degree is obtained and takes three years to achieve a Juris Doctorate degree. I personally got a BA in Criminal Justice before attending law school. Once in law school you will take courses on contracts, property, criminal law, criminal procedure,...

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Is a career in law a good idea?

A:  No, this is not a good idea. Listen to previous-poster ''Melanie. Choosing a career is one of life''s most important decisions. The legal profession is dramatically changing and is in CRISIS!!! Every year, more and more people graduate from law school, but there are fewer and fewer jobs. Even the largest and most reputable law firms are experiencing unprecedented cutbacks. I don''t expect the situation to improve in the coming years..... Be aware of what you are proposing on getting yourself into. Please do more research first. Reminder: We are in a World-wide Recession. Consider career paths that have available JOBS. Jobs in the field of Law are drying up fast!! This is just not a good field to invest time and/or money into. This is a SHRINKING, crumbling, and dying vocational field. Many...

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A question about a degree in law.?

A:  Well, I''m not too sure how this applies in the US, but in Canada I kind of got a grasp of it as I am contemplating going to law school. In Canada, the LLD, is the degree that one receives once they complete law school. It is considered to be a graduate degree, which would mean that technically going to law school is like going to grad school. There is no undergrad or Bachelor degree in law, you are free to take whatever you want to get into law school. Each law school has their own requirements to get in, and some, don''t even require you to have a bachelor''s degree, only a certain amount of courses completed. Additionally the LSAT is the test written throughout North America, and it is used to help weed out the weaker hopefuls. Although my experience is from...

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USAF AD looking into a career in Law Enforcement?

A:  Your record makes you a legal liability. The first good defense attorney will uncover your past and use it against you, getting the defendant off the hook, and possibly making you and the department vulnerable to civil suits. My advice? get your BA and become an officer. Life isnt so bad at the top, The battery a year ago could be a nail in your coffin, when and if you make it to the psychological evaluation, don''t think for a second they wont focus on that, there going to do everything they can to piss you off, and these guys are pros not dummy''s in a bar, granted a good bar fight is a right of passage but it comes down to did you win and did the guy deserve it. in the right situation they may think you''d make a fine candidate All you can do is apply, and see what the police department...