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The 12 Top Non-Legal Careers for Lawyers Who Do Not Want to Be Lawyers

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Summary: Some lawyers don’t like practicing law. For them, here are 12 alternative careers to practicing in the legal arena.
 
Find out what the 12 top non-legal careers for lawyers who do not want to be lawyers are in this article.
 
  • For some lawyers, the practice of law simply isn’t to their liking.
  • These lawyers may feel there are more beneficial routes they can take with their law degree other than practicing law.
  • Moreover, they are correct: there are many non-legal avenues an attorney can take that can lead to as great if not greater success than law practice.
  • This article explains why so many non-legal businesses find attorneys as attractive additions to their high-level workforces.

Top 12 Non-Legal Careers for Lawyers

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