6 Jobs That’ll Help You Do Good With Your Law Degree (That Don’t Involve Being a Lawyer)

Many people pursue law school because of the desire to make a difference. While it can be a challenging decision to move away from law, the good news is that there are plenty of jobs in the social-impact space where your law degree can be quite useful.

I’m a Lawyer Who Moved to New Zealand and Started Studying Baking

After moving to New Zealand with her husband two years ago, Vidya Kurella took a break from being a lawyer to study at Le Cordon Bleu. While she didn't end up becoming a baker, she loved every minute of it. Here's how she made the move and found a job she truly loves now.

So, You Just Got Fired—Was it Wrongful Termination?

Once you're fired, you may wonder if it was a case of wrongful termination or unlawful dismissal. Here are five reasons your termination may have been illegal.

How to Translate Your Official Job Offer From Legal Jargon to English

Everything you need to know about a job offer contract before you sign it, from what the clauses mean to how to negotiate for more.