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Legal Studies: Sample of Possible Occupations


Attorney
Deputy Secretary to the Governor
Research Consultant
Assistant Chief of Police
Public Interest/Consumer Advocate
Broadcast/Newspaper Reporter
Public Policy Analyst
State Legislator
Mediator
Judge

CIA Inspector
Criminologist
Commissioner
Juvenile Justice Specialist
Lobbyist
Labor Relations Specialist
Assistant Budget Examiner
Politician
Corporate Legal Counsel
Law Professor

1 Excerpted from O*Net OnLine, US Department of Labor by the National Center for O*Net Development

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