If you want to be qualified for construction law jobs, you'll need to be versed in that particular area of expertise. Generally, you will go to college and get a pre-law degree, and then go to law school and specialize in construction law. The primary duties of construction law jobs are specific to construction and its related fields. Construction law jobs' focus may include, for example, bonds and bonding, contract law, liens, security interests of other types, sureties and guarantees, construction claims, tendering, and consultancy contracts related to construction. As a construction lawyer, you may work with a variety of people, including engineers, builders, surveyors, construction workers, architects, planners, and financial institutions.