What can I do with my degree?


The Career Zone have produced a guide: Careers for Law graduates

With a Law degree from the University of Exeter, you'll be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the principal features of the legal system(s) studied
  • Apply knowledge to a situation of limited complexity so as to provide arguable conclusions for concrete actual or hypothetical problems
  • Identify accurately issues that require researching
  • Identify and retrieve up-to-date legal information, using relevant primary and secondary legal sources
  • Seek information through verbal questioning
  • Rank items and issues in terms of relevance and importance in order to analyse and solve problems
  • Evaluate, interpret and explain complex information clearly
  • Reason and judge critically
  • Present and make a reasoned choice between alternative solutions
  • Research independently in areas of law not previously studied
  • Read and discuss large amounts of legal materials, written in technical and complex language
  • Attend to detail and draft formal documents with precision
  • Present knowledge or an argument in a way that is concise and comprehensible to others and which is directed at their concerns
  • Develop oral and written communication skills and the ability to formulate sound arguments

These are some examples of jobs and further study that Exeter Law graduates have entered:

University of Exeter Links

Professional Institutions and Organisations relating to Law

More information can be found on our Sector Pages.

Law in the Workplace

Links to job options, career areas and resources with further information on what Law graduates do.