I never said that lawyers without and undergraduate or without attending law school would even be considered by me for their services. However, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING COMPLETELY SO YOU WILL UNDERSTAND MY COMMENT:<quoted text>. I suggest seeking council how about Bud Phillips,,,,be sure to check as to where he attended law scjool
United States of America
Main article: Admission to the bar in the United States
Lawyers in the United States must be admitted by each U.S. jurisdiction in which legal advice is rendered (a U.S. state, commonwealth or territory), which generally requires that they complete an undergraduate degree in any discipline (usually four years), obtain a Juris Doctor degree (three years minimum) and pass a bar exam. However, the requirements vary between jurisdictions, and there are exceptions to each of the general requirements in some. In a handful of U.S. states, one may become an attorney (a so-called country lawyer) by simply "reading law" and passing the bar examination, without having to attend law school first (although very few people actually become lawyers that way).