Certified Public Accountants (CPA) are a great start for anyone looking to get into law. Many lawyers have these certifications, and they also double as being able-bodied accountants. However, many states have specific requirements that must be met before you can take the CPA exam to become a certified public accountant. Some of these include taking basic accounting courses or earning a certain amount of professional experience in a field related to accounting prior to applying for admission into an accredited university program in accounting.
How will I learn?
The best way for you to learn is through your hands-on experiences while working at an actual law firm. After all, this job will require you spend much time researching and gathering information from other attorneys throughout the nation; it’s important that you know how everything works when it comes down to actually doing work! It might not sound like fun at first, but if you find something enjoyable about research and analyzing legal documents then becoming qualified in this area will be one of the best decisions that you ever make in life!