1. Explain how Madrid Williams, a high school drop out, became the leader of the Georgia Bar Association.
Madrid Williams gained all of her knowledge of the law through years of working in law offices and by speaking with the various lawyers with whom she worked.
2. Describe the process of becoming a practicing lawyer in Georgia. Additional research may be required.
To become a lawyer in Georgia, a person must have a Bachelor's Degree prior to entering law school. In order to obtain a law degree, a person must first take the LSAT, a standardized test used for admissions. After the person obtains a law degree, he/she must pass the Georgia Bar Exam in order to be a licensed lawyer in the state.