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How to Become a Lawyer in BitLife

How to Become a Lawyer in BitLife

If there are two careers that are guaranteed to make your overbearing mother happy with you, it’s doctor and lawyer. Being a lawyer, not unlike being a doctor, requires years of extremely in-depth study, but it’s rewarded with an extremely lucrative (not to mention steady) career path. Here’s how to become a lawyer in BitLife.

To become a lawyer, the name of the game is smarts. Right out the gate, you gotta hit those books like it’s going out of style, because you need to have a high enough smarts stat to get you through high school, college, and grad school. At the bare minimum, you should start your life with at least a 70 in smarts if you want to have a fighting chance. In addition to studying, visiting the library, and doing your best in school, you should also try to maintain a good relationship with your parents, both because, y’know, they’re your parents and you should, and for a practical reason that will become apparent later.

How to Become a Lawyer in BitLife

Once you graduate from high school, you’ll need to move on to college and become a law major. If your smarts stat is high enough, you can try applying for a scholarship. Otherwise, and this is that practical reason I mentioned, you can ask your parents to cover you. If all else fails, you’ll have to take out a student loan. Once again, you need to study and study hard. This is gonna be the make or break point, so try to get your stats up to at least 90 by studying your butt off. After college is done, it’s time to apply for law school. Same shtick; study like there’s no tomorrow, do well, and get that degree.

Once you’ve got a law degree, you can apply for an entry-level position at a law firm, such as a junior associate. With your fancy degree and big ol’ brain, they should hire you no problem. After that, it’s just a matter of putting in the proper work at the firm, and eventually you’ll be promoted to a full-on lawyer. If you’re a real law nut, you can keep at it for another 30 years to become a judge.

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