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Many people already know that getting involved in any job that works with the law makes an incredible amount of money. It is important to see, though, that one of the higher-paying jobs is that of a lawyer. Attorneys make an amazing amount of money because the need for them is go great. There is the lawyer that has hourly fees and then there are those who earn a percentage of the amount of money that is awarded to their client. Although both types of attorneys make an incredible amount of money, a lawyer that gets a percentage of the winnings often makes the most money.
We asked attorneys in the United States what key questions the interviewer should ask when hiring a litigation attorney. As you can see from our responses, most hiring attorneys have a standard list of questions they ask to determine if the candidate is qualified for the position, but they are different for every firm. We hope you benefit from and enjoy their responses. A few attorneys also wrote in with questions that a client should ask a potential litigator before using them, which could also prove very helpful if you find yourself needing legal representation.
No matter what your area of internship work, you are likely to have many incidents of overlap into other specialized areas. Review your internship records in the light of the following list and note all examples of such overlap. The more overlapping skills you can identify, the broader your career prospects become.