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Posted April 06, 2015 by

Six Of The Best Benefits Of Pursuing A Career In Law

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Woman holding a scales of justice focus on the scales of justice. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

You have many options when trying to choose a career. One path that you should not ignore is going to law school and becoming an attorney. A career in law has many unique attributes that are rewarding and exciting. You should understand the six best benefits of pursuing a career in law: (more…)

Posted March 13, 2015 by

Looking for a Career in Law? 4 College Options to Consider

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Serious lawyer make a closing statement in the court room. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

A career in law is not only a selective career path, but it is also plenty demanding. Despite that, it can also be very rewarding both personally and financially. Lawyers work in a variety of settings from private firms and government agencies to educational institutions and political organizations. While in college, you will need to do a lot of research to decide if the law is actually the right field for you. Here are some things that can help you decide: (more…)

Posted February 26, 2015 by

Six Lucrative Career Paths for Liberal Arts Majors

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Despite what you may have heard, there are many great liberal arts careers to choose from that pay very well. As many students know, settling on a career path as an undergrad can be tough, especially for one pursuing a liberal arts degree. To help, below are six of the most lucrative career paths for liberal arts students. (more…)

Posted February 23, 2015 by

Five Careers to Consider Before Going to Law School

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Attorney at law sitting at desk holding pen with files with a card for Mediation. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Many students enter their college education with a plan for going to law school. The reasons for this decision vary, but many students intend to go to law school because they have a desire to help others and/or they like the salary prospects. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), lawyers make around $113,000 a year. However, in a study reported by the Washington Post, only about 30% of lawyers are actually happy in their profession. While being a lawyer is a good career—and certainly a necessary one in our society—law practice is not a good fit for everyone. Here are some great ideas in the field that might be a better fit for you: (more…)

Posted December 26, 2014 by

Getting a Legal Internship

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Law student outdoors. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Graduating law school is a great accomplishment. It takes a remarkable amount of studying and dedication to become a criminal lawyer. Lawyers are very bright people. However, you will still have work to do after you receive your diploma. Now you need to set your sights on getting a legal internship. As you might imagine, there is a great deal of competition for these coveted positions. Therefore, you need to do everything you can to set yourself apart from the other applicants. Let’s take a look at some of the best ways you can go about landing a legal internship as soon as possible after you graduate: (more…)

Posted December 12, 2014 by

Looking for a Career Path? Future Jobs that May Offer One

Services, Agriculture and Industry are the three largest sectors for employment in the world today. This info-graphic looks at current employment trends and predicts the top ten jobs of the future, the key skill sets that will be in demand and what will make employees valuable to employers in the future work place. (more…)

Posted September 25, 2014 by

Finding Employment in the Legal Industry in Today’s World

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Adrian Cruce

The Internet has drastically changed the recruiting process for white-collar jobs. There are professional networking websites that connect workers with companies all over the world. Law firms can benefit from using such online resources to build a strong team of attorneys and other qualified workers. The New York metropolitan area has plenty of job opportunities in the legal sector. There are corporate law practices as well as smaller family-owned businesses. With the help of professional networking, lawyers can find job openings in the perfect company. Virtually every legal specialty is practiced by lawyers in New York City. (more…)

Posted August 05, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Want to Find Jobs in the Legal Field? What You Should Know

Recent college graduates can find jobs in law if they understand how to get started in the field.  The following post shares information they need to know.

A career in law is not only stimulating for the brain, but financially rewarding too. When you tell people you have a career in law, people are often impressed and will ask many questions (which can sometimes be a little annoying). There are many different careers in law, so you’ll need to decide

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Posted June 03, 2014 by

Understand The Job Description Of Criminal Attorney

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Lawyer holding a criminal law book. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

There are times when due to some bad investigation, some innocents are associated with any criminal cases. During such instances, taking help of a legal helper seems to be the first and most eminent option for you to deal with. However if you start browsing through the internet, you will come across various lawyers and also companies, which can offer you with the best criminal defense services. If you are a novice in this field, this might turn out to be a daunting task for you to deal with. During such instances, you have to check the reviews of the best companies and also ask for tips and advices from none other than professionals, related with this field, for quite some time now. (more…)

Posted April 29, 2014 by

A Career in Wills Could Be Paying Under Proper Guidance

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Someone’s hand signing a last will and testament. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Pursuing a course in law is not unusual as it is one of the earliest subjects. What is unusual is pursuing a course in writing wills. Though wills could be made by any person and does not require any special qualification, people prefer to get it written by professionals. It is undeniable that a scholar in law is more equipped to scripting a will than a layman.

Most students studying law aspire to become solicitors, barristers, or paralegal professionals. Writing a will could be considered a paralegal activity being practised more by fresh law graduates. It actually is a stepping stone for larger assignments in the future. (more…)