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I want to be a lawyer and I wanted to know what it actually is like. Is being in-front of the magistrate usually nerve racking? And how many days a week do you work? What is your average pay? And if anyone is: what is the average case about when you’re a family lawyer?

Also, is a law degree hard?

I’m in year 9 and choosing my choices or GCSE soon
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Please help
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Yes I do, and thank you
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What do you mean? All arguments are submitted in paper form?
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Oh thank god!
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It's okay. We love you anyway.

I thought you might have confused magistrates mainly dealing with criminal to mean they only deal with criminal. Then I realised I knew nothing about family law, so presumed you must have meant they have paper trials. We don't do this procedural family stuff in law degrees; it's fine that we don't know!
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