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How to Become a Franchise Lawyer

Franchise lawyers Toronto, are, simply put, lawyers who work in the area of franchise business. An established franchisee and someone who is considering to start a franchise, both are in need of a franchise lawyer to guide them towards success in their business. The lawyer helps the business owner to take more financially beneficial decisions and thus walk towards success in a better way.

Such lawyers need to earn a Juris Doctor degree, which requires going through a seven year long course after completion of your high school. Before they start practicing, franchise lawyers Toronto, need to pass the state bar exam too. A majority of the states also need lawyers to undergo continuing education because they want their lawyers to stay updated with the latest in the world of law. Apart from these educational qualifications, a franchise agreement lawyer also needs to be able to conduct research with ease and energy and be acquainted with research engines such as LexisNexis, Quicklaw, Westlaw, etc. He or she must also possess negotiation skills and know how to use project management and accounting software.

Every law school in the United States and Canada requires its applicants to have completed a bachelor’s degree program. However, there are no restrictions on the specialization in which a law school applicant has to have completed his or her bachelors’ degree. Entrepreneurship might be a good choice for those who want to make a career in franchise law. Business administration is also a good choice for similar reasons. All law school applicants need to appear for the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) which a large number of students choose to take in the second year of their bachelor degree program. A full time course in a law school will take you three years for completion after which you have to appear for the bar examination. This will give you the essential license for starting your practice. Though test patterns are different in each state, it usually occurs over a span of many days and comprises of both essay type and multiple choice questions.

Franchise lawyers Toronto are hired by both private law firms and larger companies. Working as a trainee or apprentice is always an option for those entering the field of law practice. You can also go for a Master of Law program in Business Law, Law and Entrepreneurship or Business Transactions to further your knowledge in the subject.

For more details about franchise lawyers in Toronto, please contact Opara Law PC at (416)840-5572 or

Victor Opara, Victor Nnamdi Opara

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