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Engineer wanting to take up Law.. advise anyone?

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dooyyiiee


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I am currently a registered mechanical engineer working in the field of Property Management. I am planning to take up law next year but I have a few questions in mind:

1.I'm already 26 and by the time I graduate I would either be 31 or 32. Isn't that too late for me?

2.Will it be okay to take up law while working?

3.My pre-law is Mech. Engg., will this affect my success rate in becoming a lawyer?

4.I am from the province (Bacolod City) and currently working here too. Will going to a certain school affect your chances of becoming a lawyer?

Any inputs from anyone would be a great help esp. those engineers who proceeded law. Thank you very much!

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spazky


Arresto Menor
Dre, ok lng yan, Civil Engr ako dre, bata ka pa, 1st yr nga ako ngaun dre, 29 ako Smile

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I am an EE. Mr. CE, ask ko lang po, how's your first year in a law school going? Tanong ko din po, kelangan po talaga magaling mag English? Hehe

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Jadis

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1. It's never too late.
2. You might have to take a year off work during the last year of school.
3. No.
4. The most recent bar results prove otherwise. I went to Beda/Sparta but then again, it's also greatly a matter of personal effort. Prayer and work.

I had a classmate who is also an engineer. Chemical I think. He is also a lawyer now.

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Jadis

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Knowing the rules on grammar and syntax will aid you greatly. And unless the bar exams are administered in a lamguage other than English, yes, sadly.

I had a teacher who had a three strike rule. He would stop reading a paper or let the person reciting sit down after the third grammatical error

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