Choosing a career is a decision that will impact the rest of your life. This is why it can be such a daunting process. However, narrowing your choices to a single industry can make it easier. If you’re interested in a career in the legal industry, you might not know about all of your options. You may think you’ll need to spend years in law school, but that isn’t the case. There are numerous careers within this sector that don’t involve becoming a lawyer.
For example, a court clerk is in charge of preparing and issuing orders of the court along with managing the judge’s calendar and the docket. You also could become an interpreter and translate for defendants who don’t speak the language used in the courtroom.
These and other possibilities are waiting for you if you choose to enter the legal profession. To learn more, take a look at the accompanying infographic.
Author bio: Ali Rizvi, Chief Executive Officer of Litigation Services, has over 25 years of executive management experience in sales, information technology, service and process improvement. He also spent eight years working as President of Cardinal Health Financial Shared Services — a subsidiary of Cardinal Health and a Fortune 500 company (No. 19) generating more than $100 billion in annual revenue — prior to joining Litigation Services.
Careers In The Courtroom guide created by Litigation Services