Careers for a Bachelors of Arts in Law
There are numerous careers for which formal legal education is beneficial, but for which a JD is not required. These career opportunities are in all levels of federal and state governments, business, and many legal or civically engaged organizations. A partial list of these career options includes:
|Asylum (Immigration) Officer||International Trade Specialist|
|Case Manager||IRS, FBI, ICE or DEA Agent|
|City Planner||Legal Correspondent|
|Civil Rights Advocate/Campaigner||Jury Consultant|
|Claims Advisor or Adjustor||Legal Technology Consultant|
|Compliance Officer||Natural Resources Officer|
|Conflict Resolution Specialist||Paralegal Specialist|
|Consumer Safety Officer||Patent Examiner|
|Corporate Ethics Officer||Policy Analyst|
|Employee Benefits Manager||Procurement Analyst|
|Environmental Impact Analyst||Public Affairs/Media Specialist|
|Environmental Protection Specialist||Resource Manager|
|Financial Adviser||Social Worker|
|Foreign Affairs Officer||Tax Advisor|
|Health/Medical Administrator||Trade Policy Analyst|
|Human Resources Specialist||Tribal Operations Specialist|
|Human Rights Officer||Victim Advocate/Coordinator|
|Immigration Specialist||UN Young Professional (Human Rights, Political Affairs)|
|Indian Self Determination Specialist||Humanitarian Affairs Officer|
|Intellectual Property Research Specialist||Water Manager/Resource Specialist|
How to Enroll in an Internship:
- View the online information session to ensure you meet the eligibility requirements.
- Find and secure an internship with either a non-profit organization or a government agency.
- Download and complete the internship application. NOTE: This application needs to be filled out by both you and the person supervising you at your internship. Their signature is also required on the application. Without a fully completed application you will be unable to enroll in your internship.
- Enroll for internship credit in UAccess by meeting with Internship Coordinator, by appointment or during walk-in hours. To be enrolled you must have a fully completed internship application signed by your supervisor.
General SGPP Internship information is available on the Internship Website.