At last I am now a lawyer with my own degree. I did years in my university, and I passed the bar exam. Now, I have my own law degree, and a new task along with it finally working in big time law office in a downtown city area. The area will specialize in real estate law, wills and estates, civil litigation and personal injury. I really did a good internship there the last year for almost a full course, so I’m quite official with this sort of law firm and quite comfortable in their offices. Of course, being a grunt worker and undoubtedly being one of the law are more than one totally unusual things, but I’m totally looking ahead to the substantial change now. I’ll be given the chance to put into practice what I’ve been learning about in all of my reference books these last few years, and it’ll all be worth it, at the time that I’m finally writing my own wills, practicing real estate law, and assisting some man or woman with a personal injury case. In fact, I’ll have to eventually decide one sort of legal practice to deal with on in certain, but I’ll have time to try it all, and made a choice on which of the areas of law that I will wish to concentrate on the most. It has not been that long though, and while I was interning here, I only went on the many types of law we practice here, but I see like I might be leaning towards personal injury.