1. Hearing Officer
A hearing officer is also known as an administrative law judge.
2. Animal Lawyer
An animal lawyer is someone who is involved with legal cases involving veterinary malpractice, wrongful death, tainted pet food products, dog bite defence cases, discrimination, landlord-tenant disputes, estate planning, purchase disputes, animal cruelty, and other animal-related legal issues.
Judges are elected or appointed officials who act as impartial decision-makers in the pursuit of justice.
Anyone who has ever signed a mobile-phone or other consumer contract, a lease, or an employment agreement, has probably seen in the contract's fine print a provision known as an "arbitration clause." This popular legal clause asks that in the case of a dispute between the parties, the arbitration process be used to resolve the differences.
5. Legal Secretary
A legal secretary plays a crucial role in the everyday workings of a law office.
6. Court Reporter
A court reporter uses a stenotype machine to capture exactly how everything is said during a court proceeding, and then delivers the transcripts of the proceedings.
A paralegal performs delegated legal work for which a lawyer is ultimately responsible.
8. Judicial Law Clerk
Judicial Law Clerk
A judicial law clerk provides assistance to a judge by researching and analyzing complex legal issues.