i want to be a lawyer, work for the government, avoid courtrooms and criminal cases and work at most 60 hours?

a week and earn at least 50k a year.

does this job exist or am i dreaming?

what kind of a law field should i be looking at?

Update:

i'm interested in being good at my job. i just want to set an hours limit because i want time with my family.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    You'll make more than 50 a year hun if you finish law school.

  • 1 decade ago

    I think putting a cap on your weekly hours for any of the "professional" jobs isn't a good idea. For one, it shows that you're not really interested in succeeding in that field... merely interested in the money or status. Professional careers pretty often have "interesting" hours.

    In response to the previous poster's comment... it's not guaranteed that you'll make over 50K. You're being paid for your skill... if you don't have the skill, you won't get paid... period.

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