The Profession Of Attorney As A Nurse

1293 WordsDec 18, 20166 Pages
It has been said that there are four professions in the world for which there will always be job openings. These are teacher, nurse, doctor and lawyer. When you think about it, this makes perfect sense. Students will always need teachers (or professors, in the case of college students). And, since students, teachers, and professors are first and foremost people, and people get sick, they will in turn need a doctor and/or a nurse. So, what will lawyers do? They will represent the students when they become adults and enter the working world if something should happen that they require legal representation, they will defend teachers who may find themselves facing civil or criminal action (a real possibility in today 's turbulent world), and will stand behind the doctor or nurse who may be having to explain what actions were taken, why they were taken, and why the results turned out as they did. For this reason, the profession of attorney is one that you may want to consider as your career choice. And, if you feel you are suited for that occupation, then you will be pleased to know that there are plenty of law schools out there that will help you earn your degree. Law school is expensive, however. Luckily, there are many types of law school loans available that can help you offset the expenses of your law education. These include work-study loans, government loans geared specifically to law students combined with private loans that geared specifically to law students, and of
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