Other than bankers, lawyers and their associates are probably the best-paid group of people in the UK; at least, they’re among the top!
Of course, you’ll need to do a LOT of studying, but if you can cut it the personal and financial rewards can be great.
So, what legal job can I do?
Depending on your interests, qualifications, experiences and skills there are a huge selection of jobs to choose from.
We take a look at some legal industry job descriptions…
Not just stuck in a courtroom, lawyers can work on criminal or civil lawsuits. One day you're representing a client in court, the next you could be finalising a divorce, drawing up a will or advising on minor legal issues.
Lawyer salaries are varied depending on what you practice and what your job involves, but an average figure of £50K should be enough to get your interest…
Lawyer job description
If you want a career in law but don't fancy taking the centre stage in the courtroom, why not look behind closed doors and consider a career as a legal secretary?
And you’ll be paid accordingly with top legal secretaries earning in the region of £35K.
Legal secretary job description
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Legal secretary jobs