What should a 14 year old put on their resume?
For teenagers, if you have work experience, your CV layout should be:Personal details.Personal statement.Work experience.Education.Skills.Hobbies & interests.References.
What type of lawyer gets paid most?
Some of the areas of law that have the highest average earnings include:Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Lawyers. Corporate Lawyers. Bankruptcy Lawyers, Immigration Attorneys, and Probate Lawyers. IP and Patent Lawyers. Criminal Defense Lawyers.
Is a 3.0 in law school bad?
There’s no doubt about it — your law school GPA is important for your first job (or two) after law school graduation. They will indicate that they will not consider any applicant whose GPA is not at least, for example, a 3.0.
Can you get into law school with a 2.8 GPA?
A 2.8 won’t preclude you from many schools if you can nail the LSAT. Get a 165+ and you’ll probably be accepted at a strong regional, get a 170+ and the bottom of the T14 might just open up.
What is the lowest GPA to get into law school?
Law schools generally require that you have specified minimum GPA and LSAT scores to qualify for admission. Harvard, Yale, and the other top five-ranked law schools require that you have a GPA of at least 3.50 and an LSAT score of 170. These are very stiff requirements that many law school applicants can’t meet.