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Region: The North Pacific

Batatoland Empire wrote:Another child

According to Google, Aspiring judges typically need a law degree. Besides, they also need to pass a competitive exam from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. A law degree can be compared in about 7 years after high school 4 years of undergraduate study and 3 years of law school.

An 8 year old would be in Year 3 or 2nd Grade depending on where you are in the world... So they'd have to pass 12 years of high school and a further 7... He would have to start school aged -11...

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