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How to Become a Superior Court Judge

published June 17, 2009

Silas Reed
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While rising to this rank is something that is going to be a hard thing to do, it can be done. With amazing skills and dedication you can become the superior court judge that you have always wanted to be. The thing is, though, that many others also want that same legal title. Because there are so many people out there who simply cannot be just an attorney for the rest of their working career, there are many people fighting for these positions. Since these positions are limited, it is important to understand just how crucial it is that you stick to your guns and work to become the best in your field.
 
How To Become A Superior Court Judge

In order to make sure that you even have a shot at becoming a superior court judge, you have to make sure that you are completing several steps. The first thing is to make sure you have your legal education from law school and that you have obtained your Juris Doctorate. While in school, you want to make sure that you graduate with honors. This is extremely important in order to have a chance of obtaining such a high court position.

Before you even attempt to become a superior court judge you will need to practice as an active attorney for about ten to fifteen years. Even though this may seem like a long time, the experience is needed if you want to even be looked at as a possible candidate for the superior court position. You have to show that you have mastered the legal system and that you have learned just about everything that there is to learn during your time as an attorney.

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