Their are many types of legal jobs that usually require additional exam and qualification after school. The man types of legal jobs include;
Legal Executive - Legal executives are lawyers that specialise in one particular area of law. They have passed the same level of qualification as a solicitor in that area, and will similar work that a solicitor would do. You may specialise in conveyancing (the legal side of buying and selling property), probate (wills, trust and inheritance), family law, company and business law or civil and criminal law.
Barrister - A barrister gives specialist legal advice to solicitors and other professional clients, representing individuals / organisations in court, at tribunals or public enquiries. You would typically take on many cases, researching specifically on individual circumstances for each client
Paralegal - Paralegals carry out legal work although the are not fully qualified solicitors. You could work for various employers including the police, the courts or private companies giving legal advice.
Solicitor - As a solicitor it is your job to advise clients about the law, acting on behalf of your clients in legal matters. Your clients could be individuals, groups of people, companies or public organisations - as a result you could be working for a large organisation or a private practice working with both small and large businesses as well as individuals.