Health Care Attorney

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What type of education and certification do you need to be a health care attorney? I am trying to do a research on a career that I would like to be and I could really use the help. Thanks!!!

  • Health Care Attorney -

    You'd first need to get a degree in law. This usually takes 7 or 8 years of college. A specialty in health care probably takes more eduation.

    http://www.bls.gov/ooh/legal/lawyers.htm

  • Health Care Attorney -

    actually, it depends on the state. A degree in law, and admittance to the state bar if you intend to practice in a court. Some states have board certification, but few lawyers nowadays get board certification in specific areas, read the fine print in their ads.

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