While extremely difficult, it is possible (in some states, at least) to become a lawyer without attending college or even a law school. All you have to do is pass the state bar examination. This may not constitute a "quick" way to become a lawyer, because bar exams are notoriously difficult and extensive studying is required. However, if you succeed, you will have just bypassed four years of undergraduate study and three years of law school. Visit http://www.ehlinelaw.com/pages/3226/How_to_Become_a_Lawyer_With_No_Law_School_-_Be_a_Lawyer_With_No_College.htm for more information.