Law, School of. Law, School of Key measures: Positive Outcomes: 93.8%, Graduate prospects: 76.7%, Graduate employment: 74.1% Graduate destinations: Work Full-time: 61%, Work Part-time: 6%, Work & Study: 6%, Further study: 22%, Unemployed: 5% Top industry sectors: Legal Profession; Buying, Selling & Retail; Event Management, Leisure, Hospitality & Tourism; Education; Administration Salary levels: Under £10,000: 9%, £10,000-£19,999: 58%, £20,000-£29,999: 28%, £30,000-£39,999: 2%, Over £40,000: 2% The Leeds Network We have an extensive network of alumni with a wide range of experiences, doing all kinds of jobs.
Careers and employability » School of Law » University of Leeds. There are many opportunities to improve your employability We encourage all our students to consider their future employment early in their university career.
We want you to get the most out of your academic and co-curricular experiences at the University of Leeds. Our school offers one of the broadest ranges of activities you will find in any academic department. The opportunities we offer will help you to gain valuable skills and experience for your future career. Careers consultant Steve Carter on careers support for students. Downloads. Downloads. Law degree career options. Whether you’re interested in a career that will make direct use of your legal knowledge or want to change direction and work in a different industry then this guide is for you.
It should help you think about the skills you have, the jobs they can be applied to, and the options available. Some of the other skills you will have picked up include: communication skills ability to state a case (orally as well as in writing) good analytical skills problem solving skills ability to see the bigger picture assimilation of facts self-management precise expression (especially in writing) One obvious career option is to seek work as a legal executive - often seen as inferior to solicitors, but with increasingly similar roles. What can I do with my law degree? Studying law doesn't mean you have to become a solicitor or barrister; many options beyond the legal profession will be open to you...
Job options Jobs directly related to your degree include: Jobs where your degree would be useful include: Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here. To find out what jobs would suit you, log in to My Prospects. Law degree career options. Twelve jobs you can do with a law degree. If you have ever found yourself saying ‘I’m studying law but I don’t want to be a lawyer’?
, don’t panic. The competencies you are developing during your law degree and legal work experience are relevant in many alternative careers. Analytical and research skills, for example, are needed by not just solicitors or barristers but most other professions. Likewise, good communication and problem-solving skills are directly transferable to many careers including management, town planning and consultancy work. There are also roles where legal knowledge as opposed to skills, is particularly useful – such as HR or tax advisory work. Law. 1454926549Leaflet proof. GTI Specialist Publishers.
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With over 70,000 members, it is the largest community within the Law Society.Membership is free and automatic for LPC students, LPC graduates (including those working as paralegals), trainee solicitors, and solicitors with up to five years post qualification experience.The JLD is all about its members and their needs. To enable us to better represent you, we want to hear from you. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. What does the JLD do? The JLD provides members with an opportunity to network and, importantly, to connect with other junior lawyers, discuss issues that concern them and benefit from training and advice provided at conferences and meetings. Your JLD The JLD is responsible for representing junior lawyers, which means: How do I join? Student Law. CEDR Foundation : Negotiation Competition. Law Training Contracts & Careers in Law. The Beginner's Guide to a Career in Law 2015. All about law careers. Law Careers, Law Graduate Jobs & Law Internships.
Leeds University Library /All Locations. Object moved. Downloads. ESSL Law Goodresourcesguide. Government Legal Service (GLS) legal trainee scheme - Detailed guidance. Introduction The GLS legal trainee scheme (LTS) is the term we use to describe the training contract and pupillage opportunities available in GLS departments.
All trainee places will be based in London. When and how to apply Training contract structure If your application is succesful you will be allocated to one of the recruiting departments. As a trainee solicitor, you will have at least one seat in a litigation team and one in an advisory team. Communication and practice support legal research writing and drafting interviewing and advising negotiation advocacy oral presentation We only offer full 2-year training contracts and do not take into account previous training completed elsewhere. Pupillage structure Your pupillage will last 12 months and your time will be split between the GLS department you have been allocated to and a set of external barristers’ chambers. The structure of the pupillage varies between departments. Course fees Salary. Legal_incite_7.pdf.