If you or a friend is considering going the “Abe Lincoln route” in becoming a lawyer, you should learn from those that have already done so. If you’re at this site you’re reading the work of Los Angeles, California injury attorney Michael Ehline, lead attorney at the Ehline Law Firm Personal Injury Attorneys, APLC. Ehline has built his reputation from the ground up, being a graduate of the California State Bar Law Office Study Program.
He’s built this site to enable those that are considering a similar route the advantages of such a path and to build a database of relevant information and study tools on how to become a lawyer– both conventionally and unconventionally. These lessons are a major advantage in both the United States and other nations that follow English Common Law precedent.
If you’re currently a student in law school, reading for the law and an internship with a practicing attorney while as a student can give you a significant advantage over the rest of your class. Hands on experience in the office and the courtroom is second to none, especially in the job market in California and elsewhere.
Take the Experienced Path
Ehline’s experience can be used to assist you move forward. After exiting the Law Office Study Program, Ehline created this video to provide more insight into the process.
That video and other media opened the floodgates of calls, emails, and office visits asking for advice. Although constantly busy in the courts, Ehline wanted a way to give back. He uses recent technology, such as Google Hangouts on Air, podcasts, YouTube, and other social media to get the message to as many people as possible. When you are ready to ask questions and get answers from someone that’s been through the process, contact Michael and we can work together on expanding the study of law on the internet.