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At My Justice Career, we evaluate applicants' current qualifications to see if they are eligible for jobs in our database and then match them with great jobs.

At My Justice Career, we evaluate applicants' current qualifications to see if they are eligible for jobs in our database and then match them with great jobs.

When you think of careers in the legal field, what comes to mind?

Do you think only of lawyers, judges, and other high-profile careers? If you’re interested in a legal career but unsure of the time or education commitment, many options are available, with varying educational requirements. You can choose a rewarding legal or justice career based on your own interests and level of education.

If you’re technologically savvy, justice business technology is right up your alley. Justice business techs use the latest technologies to crack down on Internet crime and other related offenses.

Paralegals, or legal assistants, help lawyers with a variety of communications-related tasks, as well as helping prepare legal arguments. If you’re organized and detail-oriented, you could work as a legal office administrator and keep legal offices running smoothly.

If you’re interested in the judicial system, you could work as a court reporter. They are responsible for keeping exact records of meetings, court hearings, conversations, speeches, and other related events.

If you’re already working in a legal role, opportunities are available to help you pursue further education. Many experienced professionals choose to continue their education and advance their careers.