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Leave Law & Break Into Commercial Real Estate Careers

Do you ever find yourself saying, “I hate being a lawyer“? After 6 months of law school, Josh Gorin knew law wasn’t for him. He used his law degree and informational interviews to break into commercial real estate careers and has never looked back....
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How Community Development Jobs Offer Career Options for Lawyers

Community development jobs revolve around federal and state government programs that provide funding intended to benefit local communities and society as a whole (ex: affordable housing programs). These unique law graduate jobs make great alternative careers for lawyers.
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Build A Career In Construction Law – Find Your Niche

Like in real estate law, a construction law practice focuses on tangible projects. Construction lawyers help homes, roads, office buildings, and special projects get built. For example, construction lawyer Matthew DeVries tells us about working on Music City Center, Nashville’s new $585 million convention...
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Real Estate Law Careers: See Your Work In The Skyline

The recovery of the real estate market is good news for lawyers interested in real estate law careers. With more deals being done, these types of lawyers are in demand again, says our guest Laura McClellan, a real estate law partner in Dallas, Texas....
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Law Careers – What Does A Land Use Attorney Do?

Few other law careers intersect with so many types of law as land use law. A land use attorney deals with real estate, environmental and administrative law as well as constitutional law, public policy and politics, in figuring out how land should be used....
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