23 Jun, 2021 03:17 PM

What jobs are available to people with a law degree (including non-legal)?

I graduated with a law degree this year but can't afford to do the LPC yet. So i'm looking for a job a can do for the next year or so (not really a career) to earn some ???. What job sectors would value my skills.

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BR
23 Jun, 2021 03:17 PM

Hello

You could try the Prospects graduate employment website at http://www.prospects.ac.uk/links/signposts - select Law from the A – Z list and then select ‘job options’.  A list of jobs directly related to your degree and of list of those where your degree would be useful will be provided.  Then, for more information about specific job roles, just select any job of interest from the list.  

In addition, you could try contacting some professional bodies listed on this site; Law Careers Net, at http://www.lawcareers.net/, has an alternative careers section within their website; for information see http://www.lawcareers.net/Information/AlternativeC...

Even if you are not currently considering an alternative career option, it’s still worth thinking about employment that will be relevant to your future CV as well as the earning potential.  I wish you every success in your employment search and future career!

MC
23 Jun, 2021 03:17 PM

nicely i'm guessing you have sturdy administration skills. Theres a sturdy temping section. additionally incredibly some employers only want to nicely known which you're able to accomplishing a diploma. It shows you have discipline, time administration and initiative. circulate on your community employment companies with your CV and ask what they think of, the place they might placed you. That way you will need an concept of what to seek for.




MA
23 Jun, 2021 03:17 PM

You could work in an insurance company, Board of Attorney, attorney office and any civil corporation.