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Employment Law


Employment law deals with the relationship between workers and employers. Attorneys in this field generally represent either employers or employees. Employment lawyers spend a great deal of time meeting with employees or employers and therefore tend to be extroverted.



Family Law


Family law focuses on the often tense relationships between individuals and their families. This might include child welfare, adoption, or divorce. Family law attorneys generally work in small law firms and enjoy helping people navigate the most emotional and challenging moments of their lives.


Criminal Law

Criminal law focuses on acts sanctioned under the criminal code. Criminal attorneys generally work as prosecutors or defense attorneys, and they tend to have outgoing or aggressive personalities.

If you’re considering becoming a criminal law attorney, be prepared to spend most of your time in court. Criminal law attorneys generally have large caseloads and must process information quickly and think on their feet. This area of law has a particularly high burnout rate.


Real Estate Law

Real estate lawyers deal with legal issues related to real property. This includes sales, purchases, leases, title disputes, landlord-tenant issues, environmental compliance, and foreclosures.

Though a real estate attorney may spend some time in court, most real estate lawyers primarily do transactional work (e.g., negotiating and drafting various documents that facilitate the business of real estate).

If you’re interested in practicing as a real estate attorney, consider taking the following classes in law school:

  • Tax law

  • Secured transactions

  • Environmental law

  • Administrative law

  • Estate planning


Personal Injury Law 

Personal injury attorneys provide legal representation to plaintiffs alleging physical or psychological injury as a result of the negligent or intentional acts of another person or entity. Personal injury attorneys must be comfortable in a courtroom and discussing sensitive issues with clients.

A typical day for a personal injury attorney might include:

  • Meeting with a client or witness

  • Reviewing extensive medical documents in preparation for the deposition of a medical doctor

  • Handling a motion hearing in court

  • Propounding or answering discovery


Immigration law relates generally to the attainment of citizenship and temporary or permanent relocation of individuals from one country to another. Immigration attorneys may work with government agencies, non-profit organizations, or private immigration law firms.

Law students considering a career in the immigration field should consider taking classes in the following areas of law:

  • Administrative law

  • Constitutional law

  • Employment discrimination

  • International human rights

  • Refugee law and policy