Despite the constant talk about how artificial intelligence is transforming the legal profession, the sector remains heavily dependent on people. AI might be able to scan a document and pull out what it thinks is relevant information, but it can’t deploy it in a court of law.
Neither can it understand the context of particular aspects of law and use them to construct a case. It just isn’t that smart yet, and if you believe the predictions of those in the field, won’t be for many years to come.
The opportunities for people in law remain as good, if not better than ever before. Legal firms require people with specialist skills who understand particular aspects of the law – something that is becoming increasingly complex with each passing year.
We’re not just talking about criminal law here, but many different types of law, including tax, the environment, family, and business. Companies, for instance, need people who understand intellectual property and can advise them on how to protect their assets. Consulting with firms and representing them in court when there’s a case that their IP has been stolen is a massive market right now.
The following infographic shows the kind of opportunities available to people who complete a Masters of Law qualification. Not only do they increase their earning potential, but also have the chance to work in a variety of settings, including areas as diverse as healthcare and the entertainment industry.
Check out the following infographic. Will you take a Masters of Law to further your career.?
Infographic Design By University of Southern California
PS Just be passionate in everything you do and success will follow :)!
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