Non-legal positions for LLM graduates


Lori

Hi!

I was admitted to CLS, and having second thoughts, simce I am not sure I would like to practice law.

Are there job opportunities for LLM graduates other than in the legal area (such as marketing). I know it is prefferable to study MBA, but since this great opportunity has been given to me, I ask if you guys know of any LLM grads who found other positions.

Thank you

<p>Hi!</p><p>I was admitted to CLS, and having second thoughts, simce I am not sure I would like to practice law. </p><p>Are there job opportunities for LLM graduates other than in the legal area (such as marketing). I know it is prefferable to study MBA, but since this great opportunity has been given to me, I ask if you guys know of any LLM grads who found other positions.</p><p>Thank you</p>
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james1981

One of my friends from home did an in-house counsel position, though that's also law technically.

One of my friends from home did an in-house counsel position, though that's also law technically.
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slave.lex

one of my friends is a taxi driver.

one of my friends is a taxi driver.
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gayatrikmr

One of my friends from home did an in-house counsel position, though that's also law technically.


Hey James1981,

If you dont mind, would you share whether your friend needed to take the or a bar exam in order to work as an in-house counsel?

Best

G

<blockquote>One of my friends from home did an in-house counsel position, though that's also law technically. </blockquote>

Hey James1981,

If you dont mind, would you share whether your friend needed to take the or a bar exam in order to work as an in-house counsel?

Best

G
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Admission (and a few years of legal experience, preferably with a good US law firm) is generally required.

Admission (and a few years of legal experience, preferably with a good US law firm) is generally required.
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