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2 hours ago Answer (1 of 19): It depends a lot on where in the world you are and what your real interests are. In Medicine 1. You can help people, and eventually save their lives, but it is an extremely long and consuming career. 2. Many patients will be grateful, …

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4 hours ago In terms of law vs. medicine, law work is worse and more miserable than medical residency, I think. Also, the law is usually state-specific. A lawyer from New York wanting to move to California will need to retake the California bar exam with different state law. Or will need to wait and work in home state for 5-7 years, then get waived in and

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3 hours ago Bristol students swap lectures — LLBer cracks medicine in a jiffy, while medic is baffled by contract law A medic and a lawyer from Bristol University swapped lectures to find out which of the two

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7 hours ago Answer (1 of 93): I am a physician approaching 35 years in practice and my younger brother is approaching 30 years as a lawyer. As brothers would be expected to do, we gave each other a ration of sh*t about which of us had endured the greater challenges. Needless to say, neither of us conceded. O

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7 hours ago Report Thread starter 5 years ago. #1. I am currently doing my gcse's and am struggling to choose my a-levels (law and medicine require quite different subjects) I prefer and am generally stronger at essay based subjects but i think i would really enjoy being a doctor/working in medicine. I am very worried about ending up in a career that i won

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2 hours ago This apparently compares to: $1.3m in medicine; $3.5m in software engineering at a FAANG company; $2.3m in management consulting at a McKinsey, Bain or BCG; and $2.1m in big law at a Cravath Swaine and Moore or Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom. Created by someone who describes himself as a first-year analyst in an investment bank, the

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4 hours ago The median MCAT score for MD acceptees on the old exam was 31. 37 was the median for WashU..one of the tippy top of the top schools. The next exam's medians for MD acceptees is ~510. For DO, the old median was ~26, I don't know what the new one is. GPA median for DO schools is around 3.3-3.5.

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9 hours ago The Code ’s preamble tells physicians that “in some cases, the law mandates conduct that is ethically unacceptable. “When physicians believe a law violates ethical values or is unjust, they should work to change in law,” the Code says. “In exceptional circumstances of unjust laws, ethical responsibilities should supersede legal duties

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2 hours ago The more senior attorney you are the higher your hourly rate. Lawyers get paid more for longer cases or more complicated ones. And most importantly, there is no incentive for lawyers to make things short and sweet — doing so decreases their billable hours. But doctors have an incentive to work fast. They don’t get paid hourly.

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3 hours ago Hi everyone! In this video I compare law school vs med/np/pa school! This video is created through my personal opinion and reason of why I realized law schoo

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7 hours ago According to the BLS, medical doctors which include both medical doctors (MDs) and doctors of osteopathic medicine (DOs) earned an annual median salary of $208,000 per year in 2016. Lawyers, according to the BLS, had an annual median salary of $118,160 in 2016, a significant difference between them of $89,840. The difference alone is more than twice the …

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2 hours ago To work in either law enforcement or medicine, you have to have a special kind of brain. You need to work well under pressure, and you need to practice compassion at the same time. After you let us pick your brain for a while, we can let you know which of the two fields your brain is best-suited to pursue. Not everyone is made from the stuff

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Just Now Law vs. medicine: the communication gap. Medico-legal briefs. Law vs. medicine: the communication gap J Miss State Med Assoc. 1974 Nov;15(11):486-8. Author W F Roberts. PMID: 4418397 No abstract available. MeSH terms Communication Interprofessional Relations*

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3 hours ago Devin Stone, the Legal Eagle himself, challenged me to a debate over which was harder: Med School or Law School. So he got a COVID test and came to New York

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1 hours ago But the biggest difference is the type of learning required. “Without a doubt, medical school was far more memorization,” Shehata notes. “It's just the nature of medicine. Especially in emergency situations, it's required to have certain information at your fingertips.”. Law school, on the other hand, requires much more analytical work.

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9 hours ago LegalEagle: The problem with law school is that it doesn't actually teach you how to be a lawyer. You learn theories of justice. Imagine if, …

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Just Now What is Medical Law? Medical law is a branch of law that focuses on health care. This type of law encompasses the rights and responsibilities of both health care workers as well as the patients. Just like a lawyer, medical lawyers handle cases but their clients are mainly involved in cases wherein health care is involved.

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