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2 weeks ago

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Afterschool Counsellors

Member since Jul' 2018

Answered 2 weeks ago

Hello Hanna, 

There is a Maritime Lawyer position in Malaysia as there are such law firms available in the country. In order to become one, you must complete the following: 

1. Complete an undergraduate degree in the recommended studies: marine studies, law, government, economics 

2. Take the Law School Administration Test (LSAT) 

3. Get into a Law School and study Maritime Law: it is recommended that you enroll in the specialty courses to become a Maritime Lawyer (law, marine insurance, injured employee compensation, marine pollution and international law)

4. Finally, you must take a bar exam and apply for your licensure as a Maritime Lawyer

However, please insure that you are committed in studying law as it is complicated and time-consuming course. It is not an easy degree to obtain and takes years of trial and error to achieve. Do refer to How to Become a Maritime Lawyer for more information. 

Hoping this advice is helpful to you and good luck!

New answer posted

11 months ago

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Afterschool Counsellors

Member since May' 2018

Answered 11 months ago

Dear Nurul Anis,

While we do agree with you that to become a lawyer you'll require good memory skills - nothing should stop you if you are passionate enough. 

Since you are also interested in Communications studies, there are few universities that offer Foundation course en route to a Bachelor in Communications such as IUKL, IUMW and BAC and many more. You can read the full info for this course by following this link.

Hope this helps!

New answer posted

2 weeks ago

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Afterschool Counsellors

Member since Jul' 2018

Answered 2 weeks ago

Hello Hanna, 

There is a Maritime Lawyer position in Malaysia as there are such law firms available in the country. In order to become one, you must complete the following: 

1. Complete an undergraduate degree in the recommended studies: marine studies, law, government, economics 

2. Take the Law School Administration Test (LSAT) 

3. Get into a Law School and study Maritime Law: it is recommended that you enroll in the specialty courses to become a Maritime Lawyer (law, marine insurance, injured employee compensation, marine pollution and international law)

4. Finally, you must take a bar exam and apply for your licensure as a Maritime Lawyer

However, please insure that you are committed in studying law as it is complicated and time-consuming course. It is not an easy degree to obtain and takes years of trial and error to achieve. Do refer to How to Become a Maritime Lawyer for more information. 

Hoping this advice is helpful to you and good luck!

New answer posted

11 months ago

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Afterschool Counsellors

Member since May' 2018

Answered 11 months ago

Dear Nurul Anis,

While we do agree with you that to become a lawyer you'll require good memory skills - nothing should stop you if you are passionate enough. 

Since you are also interested in Communications studies, there are few universities that offer Foundation course en route to a Bachelor in Communications such as IUKL, IUMW and BAC and many more. You can read the full info for this course by following this link.

Hope this helps!

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