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The Legal profession is responsible for the judicial branch of the Dutch governmental body. This target group studies legislation and applies it. For most professions in this profession it's necessary to have an academic level of education. The profession includes lawyers and judges, but also managers or bodies dealing with legal matters.

What is earned in the legal profession?

The salaries in this target group depend on the position of the person. A messenger or secretary in the legal sector has a low status and thus salary. A lawyer or judge earns very good. From such positions one can climb even higher, so that depending on the specialization you can earn a lot per month.

Examples for legal careers are:

  • Lawyer
  • Lawyer Employment Law
  • Lawyer Contract law
  • Lawyer Competition law
  • Lawyer Employee Insolvency Law
  • Lawyer Criminal Law
  • Advocate General at the Supreme Court
  • Attorney General at the Public Prosecution Service
  • Company lawyer
  • Investment specialist
  • Spatial Planning Policy Officer
  • Mediation employee
  • Receiver
  • Messenger at a court
  • Client Advisor
  • Compliance Manager
  • Compliance Officer
  • Conflict mediator
  • Crime analyst
  • Criminologist
  • Curator
  • Data Protection Officer
  • Director-General Ministry
  • Private law teacher
  • Law teacher
  • Expat adviser
  • Fraud coordinator
  • Court prosecutor
  • Bailiff
  • Justice Secretary
  • Prison Director
  • Family guardian
  • Registrar with the Judiciary
  • Collection employee
  • Internet investigator
  • Youth reclassifier
  • Legal Advisor Telecommunications
  • Legal Officer
  • Legal Secretary
  • Employment Lawyer

See also: How to Build a Resume

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