anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you have to study computer science in order to be a lawyer?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
still need help.
mattfeury
  • mattfeury
I don't think it's necessary for the bar exam or any other legal activities, but as a CS major myself, I think everyone should at least be familiar with the subject.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
no but it is good to know how to use it and that stuff
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think you don't need to know computer science to become a lawyer. But, now a days (as I think) everyone needs to know computer. As day by day cyber-crime is increasing. And, those who wants to handle these cases, I think should have some knowledge of computer science.
anonymous
  • anonymous
First, it depends on the type of lawyer you wanna become. Cyber-crime lawyers needs to have a good technical knowledge. But even in other cases, studying Computer Science is recommended.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think that discrete math would definitely help a lawyer, as would some of the more theoretical computer science courses, since they require you to make a case and prove it rigorously beyond a doubt. I do not, however, think that it is required.
anonymous
  • anonymous
AS FAR AS NEED OF A LAWYER IS DRAFTING AND KNOWLEDGE OF INTERNET,DRAFTING IS ONLY DEALS WITH MS WORD AND OFFICE REST U SHOULD KNOW ABOUT INTERNET, BUT IT IS NOT NEED TO BE COMPUTER KNOWLEDGE AS ENGINEER, AS GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF ENGLISH HAVE GOOD EFFECT
anonymous
  • anonymous
DRAFTING MEANS PREPARING BACKGROUND OF CASE IN COURT IN WRITTEN FORMAT
anonymous
  • anonymous
no, becoming a lawyer is prob the easiest gig around. Hence, all the the majority of tards in government who actually think they are smart.
anonymous
  • anonymous
learn how to bs and then practice bsing some more nad for giggles do it one more time and learn these words "stare decisis"

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