How many years of training would it take to getting a degree to practice law? And what high school courses are best to help?
To become a practicing lawyer, you will have to complete around 7 years of college education. It will include an undergraduate degree program and also law school. The high school courses include English, history, geography, math and science. Read more at http://www.ehow.com/list_6527820_high-school-classes-become-lawyer.html.
To practice law you need at least 6 years of practice. But, this also depends on what kind of lawyer you would like to be. I would take any high school classes that require speaking, debate, etc.
English, Latin, speech and debate, political science, business and personal law, accounting, psychology, sociology.