How to become a judge
Get a law degree. Note that undergraduate work will not be enough for a judge, you will need a higher degree. In addition, it is better to study at a state university with a good reputation, and not at one of the many commercial establishments.
Get work experience in any legal specialty. In order to obtain a judge's mantle, such experience must be at least five years. To gain professional experience, you can get a job as a court clerk, and then as an assistant judge. Thereby, two tasks are solved at once: you will see the work of the court from the inside, having familiarized yourself with all sorts of nuances, and recommend yourself from the best side among more experienced colleagues, including judges. The required five-year experience should be obtained at the stage of study at the university, since you can become a judge already from 25 years. By completing the first two points at the same time, by this age you will already have both education and experience.
Get a medical examination. The work of the judge takes a lot of strength and nerves, so the health should be in order. If during the survey you will not find any diseases that are included in a special list of more than three dozen names, then you are suitable for the judicial profession.
Take the qualifying exam. The questions that will have to be answered in the exam cover all areas of judicial law, so a lawyer with a narrow specialization will have to refresh a lot of what was told in high school. This must be done with all due care, because the cost of a mistake is very high: even one wrong answer means failure. In addition to the questions, the qualification exam will also have to face practical tasks that require attention to even the smallest details.
Find a vacancy of a judge and submit an application for participation in the contest, the result of which one of the applicants will be in the chair of the judge.