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    How do you guys think an INTj would do at law?
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    very good, in my opinion - especially a Ti subtype. the TiNe combination would seem to enable them (given some natural intelligence, genetically speaking) to grasp the "system," being law, and most likely be very successful at weaving together a general concept of a case. also, being able to split hairs and basically use "structural logic" to your advantage is key in law.

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    Yea I couldn't see myself being a Federal or State Lawyer, I'm thinking about going into constitutional law and try to get some things changed.
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    i think they wud be good judges but idk about lawyers just because of the whole intimidation, eloquence factor (no offense).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ifmd95 View Post
    there are careers in law where i doubt "eloquence" is terribly important. perhaps in persuading a jury of peers it is. but in dealing with contracts and regulations within corporate and government organizations, analytical skills may be overwhelmingly more important.

    and it's not as if INTj's are the least elloquent type.

    i only know a handful of lawyers, but more than one of them is probably INTj-Ti. (i agree with what strrrng said.)

    i suspect Ne subtypes might find some of these careers a bit route and jading, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hitta View Post
    How do you guys think an INTj would do at law?
    Depends on what type of law and what is required in the professional field.

    Quote Originally Posted by liveandletlive View Post
    i think they wud be good judges but idk about lawyers just because of the whole intimidation, eloquence factor (no offense).
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    i am not INTj, but who knows, hitta may think i am, so i am interested in law school but to the end of educational policy writing.
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