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Google defines Law as "the system of rules that a particular country or community recognizes as regulating the actions of its members and may enforce by the imposition of penalties." A lawyer then is someone who studies and/or practices law, and is also known as an attorney or a counselor.
|Adoptions Lawyer||Legal Advisor|
|Banking Lawyer||Legal Executive|
|Business Lawyer||Marital Counselor
|CIA/FBI/ATF Agent||Nonprofit Manager|
|Civil Rights Lawyer||Paralegal|
|Constitutional Lawyer||Patent Agent|
|Court Legal Advisor||Philosophical Lawyer|
|Criminal Justice Expert||Professor|
|Economist||Public Interest Lawyer|
|Entrepreneur||Public Policy Analyst|
|Environmental Lawyer||Real Estate Agent|
|Family Lawyer||Real Estate Broker|
|Forensic Scientist||Social Worker|
|Human Resource Management Administrator||Solicitor|
|In-House Lawyer||Tax Lawyer|
|Insurance Agent||War Crimes Lawyer|
|Analysis Skills||Problem Solving Skills|
|Communication Skills (Oral & Written)||Research & Information Extraction Skills|
|Critical Judgement Skills||Solid Legal Knowledge|
|Keen Listening Skills||Teamwork Skills|
|Master Legal Terminology||Understand Relationship Between Law & Society|
|Persuasive||Understanding of Complex Documents|
National Association for Law Placement: Jobs - this page has a list of jobs for those in the law field, as well field information.
Law Jobs - this site is a job finder for strictly law jobs.
Occupational Outlook Handbook - the following links also provide a summary of the career, what they do, the work environment, how to become one, the job outlook, similar occupations and contacts for more information.
- Average Pay - Lawyers
- Average Pay - Paralegals and Legal Assistants
- Average Pay - Judges, Mediators, and Hearing Officers
- Average Pay - Police and Detectives
- Average Pay - Court Reporters
- Average Pay - Private Detectives and Investigators
- Average Pay - Secretaries and Administrative Assistants
Criminal Justice Careers - List of criminal justice career opportunities, with some connecting to federal law, law enforcement and legal careers. Provides a full range of information about the careers including job requirements, salary infomation and school/training information.
National Federation of Paralegal Association - the NFPA has a career center, salary information, and scholarship opportunities.
Law School Admissions Council - provides resources for future students in law, law school information, help from prelaw advisors, and LSAT information.
American Bar Association - this association is very active on their website providing lots of activites and conferences for their members. They also have career resources for lawers and school information for students.