A Florida lawyer may earn as little as $9,000 a year, according to the National Law Journal.
According to the article, lawyers can earn up to $60,000 as a judge or jury.
Lawyer pay is dependent on the number of years the law student holds a law degree.
If the law school is offered as an option, a student may be eligible to earn up for $25,000 or more, according the article.
The article notes that a graduate of the Florida School of Law, with a minimum of 10 years of law school experience, could earn between $60k and $85k annually.
Law school graduates earning $65k to $90k annually would earn as many as $140,000 annually.