Working While You Are Studying Law

Working While You Study Law

There are many advantages of working part-time in the legal industry during your studies. In addition to making money, you can gain practical experience and valuable soft skills that cannot be taught in a classroom but are highly valuable to employers. 

There are many options for law students to work in the legal industry while studying. These include internships, cadetships, volunteer work and paralegal roles.

Below, you can find a description of each of these roles. You will also find lists of some of the opportunities available to First Nations students, as well as suggestions on how to find job opportunities.

Internships & Cadetships

Paralegal roles

Volunteer work while you are studying law

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