How to Become a Lawyer

How to Be a Zyprexa Lawyer

The FDA originally approved Zyprexa, an antipsychotic drug, for the treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.

The drug eventually found itself pulled from the market because of the severe side effects it causes. A Zyprexa attorney specializes in representing patients who suffered physical and/or psychical damage after receiving Zyprexa treatment. A Zyprexa attorney usually takes a claim to court and seeks financial compensation from the manufacturer of Zyprexa.

1. Attend college or university and earn your Bachelor’s degree after completing four years of undergraduate studies. There exists no “right major or minor for law school; just go for the field of study you like—whether business or liberal arts—and keep a good overall grade point average.

2. Take the LSAT test while in your senior year of college or immediately after graduating. Take studying for the LSAT seriously, as your score will prove of crucial importance in your application file. The LSAT is not necessarily a difficult test, but you have to practice for months to ensure a high score. Beside five multiple choice sections, you will also have to write an essay on the day of the test. Your writing sample should be concise, informative and persuasive.

3. Apply to law school and make a plan to finance your studies. You should aim high when choosing a law school, but you should also make some safe choices.

4. Going to law school proves expensive. Tuition fees remain high, and most law students cannot afford to pay them and also cover living expenses. Consider securing a student loan or apply for a scholarship if you have excellent school records and great recommendation letters from former teachers.

5. Law school, a postgraduate program, lasts for three years if you go full time and up to five years if you go part time. Do all your homework and prove to your teachers that you are always prepared. Law schools exams prove difficult, and only by doing your assignments day by day can you get good results.

6. Get involved in extracurricular activities. Write for your school’s journal. Analyze Zyprexa-related cases in your articles and add them to your resume. This will increase your chances of getting a job as a Zyprexa attorney after graduating.

7. Read medical studies and journals about Zyprexa. A Zyprexa attorney has to fully understand and handle both the legal and medical parts of her cases. Your clients will expect you to understand what they’re going through and have expertise in the field. You won’t have time to gain all that knowledge between cases.

8. Graduate from law school and earn your Juris Doctor degree.

9. Register for the bar exam in your state. Thoroughly prepare for the test by reviewing everything you’ve learned in your three years of school. Pass the test and get your license. You can now start working as a Zyprexa attorney.