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BA in Law

Career opportunities

A world of job opportunities

 The Law degree has one of the highest rates of employability and offers a wide range of career paths:

Law practice

Once you have successfully completed the Master’s in Legal Practice, you can work as a lawyer in law firms or legal consultancies in any area of Law:

  • Tax, labour, mercantile consultancy
  • Traditional areas of Law such as criminal, civil, administrative, family law…
  • New areas of Law: Sports law, maritime law, environmental law, law and new technologies…
  • Urban development
  • Bioethics
  • Arbitration and mediation

Open doors in companies

You can also work in different company departments such as:

  • Legal consultancy
  • Quality
  • Accounting
  • Human Resources
  • Security and Safety at Work
  • Marketing
  • Finance

Public service examinations

  • These include the Ministry of Justice, and the various Public Administrations (at a national, regional or local level).
  • Justice (Judge, Prosecutor, Judicial Secretary...)
  • Treasury (Tax Inspector, subinspector, tax liquidator…)
  • Registry and notary
  • Labour and Social Security
  • Administrative staff
  • Diplomatic service

Also in the international field

European Union, UN, International Labour Organisation, International Maritime Organisation, among others. Of course, you can also work in Human Rights organisations, development cooperation agencies or conflict resolution entities.

Employment grants

In addition to the tutorial service provided by the Careers Guidance Service and the Advisory Programme, you will also have the support of the Faculty of Law-Deusto Alumni Association to help you enter the job market as soon as possible and in the best conditions. You can visit the website www.alumni.deusto.es 

Career opportunities

A world of job opportunities

 The Law degree has one of the highest rates of employability and offers a wide range of career paths:

Law practice

Once you have successfully completed the Master’s in Legal Practice, you can work as a lawyer in law firms or legal consultancies in any area of Law:

  • Tax, labour, mercantile consultancy
  • Traditional areas of Law such as criminal, civil, administrative, family law…
  • New areas of Law: Sports law, maritime law, environmental law, law and new technologies…
  • Urban development
  • Bioethics
  • Arbitration and mediation

Open doors in companies

You can also work in different company departments such as:

  • Legal consultancy
  • Quality
  • Accounting
  • Human Resources
  • Security and Safety at Work
  • Marketing
  • Finance

Public service examinations

  • These include the Ministry of Justice, and the various Public Administrations (at a national, regional or local level).
  • Justice (Judge, Prosecutor, Judicial Secretary...)
  • Treasury (Tax Inspector, subinspector, tax liquidator…)
  • Registry and notary
  • Labour and Social Security
  • Administrative staff
  • Diplomatic service

Also in the international field

European Union, UN, International Labour Organisation, International Maritime Organisation, among others. Of course, you can also work in Human Rights organisations, development cooperation agencies or conflict resolution entities.

Employment grants

In addition to the tutorial service provided by the Careers Guidance Service and the Advisory Programme, you will also have the support of the Faculty of Law-Deusto Alumni Association to help you enter the job market as soon as possible and in the best conditions. You can visit the website www.alumni.deusto.es