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Jennifer Mueller is an in-house legal expert at wikiHow. Jennifer reviews, fact-checks, and evaluates wikiHow's legal content to ensure thoroughness and accuracy. She received her JD from Indiana University Maurer School of Law in 2006. wikiHow marks an article as reader-approved once it receives enough positive feedback.How to think like a lawyer?
Although law professors remain fond of telling students they’re going to teach them how to think like a lawyer, you don’t have to attend law school to enhance your own logic and critical thinking skills. Approach a problem from all angles. To see all the possible issues in a set of facts, lawyers look at the situation from different perspectives.How to get a job as a lawyer?
Finding Work as a Lawyer Perform well in a summer associate program. Reach out to law professors for recommendations. Use your law school's career services office. Take advantage of networking opportunities. Go to informational interviews. Mail your résumé to prospective firms.How to become a lawyer without going to Law School?
Acquiring Appropriate Education. Develop your interest in law in high school. You don't have to wait until law school to start gaining skills and experience that will help you in the practice of law. Join your high school's debate or moot court team, and participate in other activities relevant to the legal field.