Legal jobs come in all shapes and sizes - Barristers, Solicitors, Legal Secretaries, Clerks and Judges to name just a few. If you are a trained lawyer or experienced in legal practice, this can be a very lucrative industry to join. Here are a few legal jobs that might tickle your fancy:
Solicitors - Solicitors provide advice and guidance to those requiring legal help. Clients can range from large corporates to individuals and typical services provided by a solicitor include conveyancing, civil law, family law, probate, litigation and tax employment.
Barristers - Like solicitors, Barrister advise clients on their case and are generally seen as specialists in advocacy and represent individuals or companies in court.
Legal Secretaries - Legal secretaries provide admin support to lawyers and legal executives. Legal secretaries play a vital role in the legal system and are in charge of keeping important documents and records up to date, minute taking, typing up letters and much, much more.
A wide ranging number of skills are required depending on the type of legal job you are looking to do. A good head for numbers, a solid degree and negotiation skills are an absolute must.