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 List of law careers that dont require a degree List of law careers that dont require a degree

Bronze medal Reporter Adv.John Posted 24 Apr 2019
 List of law careers that dont require a degree

 

 

List of law careers that don’t require a degree

•       Legal Secretary

•       Legal Assistant

•       Legal Administration

•       Legal Office Manager

•       Paralegal

•       Solicitor

•       Chartered Legal Executive

•       Licensed Conveyancer

•       Court Usher

•       Barristers’ Clerk

•       Legal HR

•       Legal IT

 

Legal apprenticeships

 

A law apprenticeship is a combination of paid work and training at a law firm. Legal apprenticeships can take as a part-time study to get professional qualifications and practical experience. If you do not wish to go to university, one choice open to you is to take an apprenticeship. There is a range of apprenticeships available for a range of legal careers. 

 

Legal secretary / legal assistant

 

If you want to give attention more on the clerical side of the law, you might need to become a legal secretary. As a legal secretary, you are an expert administrative assistant who accomplishes office tasks to support a law firm run smoothly. You may complete tasks, such as case research or preparing and sending legal documents, under the supervision of an attorney or paralegal.

 

Paralegal

 

A paralegal, or a legal assistant, can work in private law firms or in the public sector and does backing tasks for attorneys. Paralegals support attorneys in preparation for hearings, trials, and meetings and by maintaining a good interaction with clients. They can deliver many legal services.

 

Solicitor

 

A Solicitor is a qualified legal professional who delivers expert legal advice and support to clients. A Solicitor's clients can be individual people, groups, private companies or public sector organisations.

 


Barristers’ Clerk

 

Working as a barristers' clerk, you are in charge of running the administration and business activities of barristers' chambers. Your role is essential to the success of a set of chambers, both as a legal practice and as a business.

You must be aware of court procedures and manners and will develop an expertise in the type of law undertaken by your chambers.

 

Court Usher

A court usher will confirm that proceedings run smoothly in court. If you want to become a court usher, things like practical experience in customer service or administration are generally more essential than qualifications. You might profit from taking a vocational qualification, like an NVQ in Court Operations.

 

Chartered Legal Executive

 

A Chartered Legal Executive is a lawyer who has qualification as a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives (CILEx). They are qualified to grow into partners in law firms and to share in the firm’s profits. If you are looking for a way into the law, then this is a perfect way to select.



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