Your Careers Adviser

The careers adviser with responsibility for your degree is:

Elaine Lynch

Featured Job Sites

HigherEd Talent

Prospects - Graduate Jobs in Law
Lawscotjobs - recruitment website from The Journal of the Law Society of Scotland
Scottish Legal Jobs
Law Careers
Totally Legal
Simply Law Jobs

The Lawyer Portal - a guide to training contracts for aspiring solicitors

Recruitment Agencies

This is just a small selection of specialist recruitment agencies and by listing them it does not mean that the Careers Service necessarily recommends them.

G2 Legal – regional offices throughout the country and live jobs across the UK.
Lawyer2B –includes careers advice and articles on commercial awareness, register free to view.
Frasia Wright - specialist legal recruitment consultancy based in Scotland, and operating in the Scottish, English and international legal markets.
Lawyers in Private Practice - a global Legal jobsite and App.
Thorpe Molloy
Legal Jobs Board

Graduate Destinations

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What Do Graduates Do?

Professional Bodies

A Professional body or association is an organisation which represents a profession, and often sets the standards for professional qualification and for continuing professional development in that sector.  It can be useful for you to join your own professional body as a student member as it will help you to keep up to date with your sector, offers opportunities for networking, and perhaps give you an additional source of access to opportunities for graduates.

Law Society of Scotland
Scottish Young Lawyers Association
Scottish Law Agents Society
Scottish Paralegal Association Scottish Paralegal Association
Faculty of Advocates – includes careers advice on how to become an advocate 
Solicitor Advocates  - professional body for Scottish Solicitor Advocates, includes careers advice on becoming a Solicitor Advocate
Society of Local Authority Lawyers and Administrators in Scotland (SOLAR)