One can find graduate law jobs on the Monster, Workopolis, and Career builder websites. One could alos contact local law firms to inquire about any positions available.
One can find jobs in law enforcement by visiting an employment center where they will help one find and apply to all available law enforcement jobs. One can also go on sites like Kijiji to find and apply to law enforcement jobs.
Most law clerks are going to be a recent law school graduate, who graduate near the top of their class. Clerkships are highly competitive, and most applicants will have previous experience with law review or moot court.
There are a number of online websites where one can find solicitor jobs. Some of these websites include Indeed, Law Gazette Jobs, Job Outlook and Simply Law Jobs.
PLM Graduate School of Law was created in 2004.
Riga Graduate School of Law was created in 1998.
One can find postings for lawyer jobs on several different websites. These include: Life After Law, Workopolis, Total Legal Jobs, Wow Jobs, Craigslist and ZSA.
You can go online to websites such as Monster and Indeed to look for law firm jobs. You can both post an application as well as apply for specific jobs at these websites.
I think you might be thinking of Affirmative Action.
The body of law about jobs is called employment law or labor law.
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To find out about Paralegal Jobs you can use the 'indeed' website. It offers a lot of information about Paralegal Jobs and opinions from users which is always helpful.
An academic law graduate has typically earned post-secondary/graduate degrees in law (i.e. Master of Laws LL.M. and/or Doctor of Juridical Science S.J.D.). A professional law graduate has earned the law degree that prepares them to professionally practice law in their jurisdiction (i.e. Juris Doctor J.D. or Bachelor of Laws LL.B.) (although they will still need to complete any bar/certification exams).