21st Century Legal Career Series Vol. 10 - Law Teaching & Training Opportunities
There are far more law teaching positions available outside of law schools than within. Attorneys now teach law courses in undergraduate institutions, graduate departments, paralegal schools, foreign universities, government, corporations and even law firms.
College and University Teaching. More than 500 undergraduate institutions offer a Legal Studies or comparable major; Paralegal Programs. The rapid expansion of paralegal certificate and associate degree programs also means more teaching positions for lawyers.
Teaching Law Abroad. English having become the “international” language, and even more so the lingua franca of international business, has given rise to a proliferation of law and law-related course and degree offerings—in English—by foreign academic institutions.
Corporate Legal Training Options. Corporations undertake a great deal of legal and law-related training, prompted by a host of federal and state laws and regulations.
Find out more in Volume 10 of the 21st Century Legal Career Series, Law Teaching and Training: Law School and Way Beyond.
About the 21st Century Legal Career Series
No one has a crystal ball, but Richard L. Hermann has spent his career— more than 30 years— researching, evaluating, and accurately predicting where the career opportunities will be for law graduates. He has counseled attorneys from new lawyers to 20-year practitioners on how and where to hunt for the next, best option.
Affordably priced, the volumes in the “21st Century Legal Career Series” provide law schools and law students or anyone considering a change of career with invaluable guidance and information on the careers of the future!
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