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Starting a new business is one of life's vital steps. Unfortunately, most new businesses fail, and many of them fail because of poor planning at the start of the business. Many of the decisions that you make today will affect the operation of the business in years to come. Planning now, and making informed decisions, with long range planning, can help your business grow, and keep its problems to a minimum. Starting a new business is a fun and exciting venture. But it can be fraught with pitfalls if certain legal issues are not fully addressed before the door opens for business. It is true, you will not be able to simply open up your doors and hang out a sign. It's important that your business be on the "up-and-up" right from the start. Taking care of the legal issues associated with starting a new business will keep you out…
To be a lawyer, one needs to be a qualified in the field of law. To be a graduate in law, it takes four years in undergraduate school and three years' specialization in law through a law school. In this case, specialization would be in corporate law. To practice law, you need a license. To get the license, you first need to pass the bar exam - an examination that will test your knowledge, character and attitude. After the test, students are then recruited by law firms.Junior Corporate AssociateAs a junior corporate lawyer, you will be learning things the hard way. As a junior corporate associate, you have to do the grunt work of organizing documents, faxing, proofreading, copying, scheduling meetings, etc. In addition to these, the junior associate also has various other duties. These duties can be classified into various categories such as drafting contracts and conducting reviews, preparing…
Law School vs. Business School? Or How to Get the Best Returns on Your $150K Tuition How valuable is that law or business degree you want, really? It’s the time of year when aspiring business and law students are weighed down with standardized tests, recommendation letters, application essays, and ever-increasing application fees. I’m not here to talk about that. Instead I’m interested in answering the question – which one? Here are a few things to consider when deciding between law school and business school from a JD/MBA grad who chose both. Post-grad Plans School is not the end, it is the means. I’m not afraid to admit that I went to law school without really knowing what being a lawyer would be like. Once I got into it and interned at several law firms, I realized law was just not for me. This is why people tell you to work…
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