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Human rights are the privileges that everyone enjoys from birth to death. The responsibility of Human Rights Lawyers is to protect and defend people's constitutional rights. Human rights lawyers deal with a multitude of activities, including the preparation of vital legal papers, the negotiation of complicated settlements, the prosecution of legal proceedings, and the protection of human rights cases in court.

Policy Analysts, also known as scholars, fellows or researchers, work in diverse fields to influence public policy. They may also work for the government or for a ‘think tank’ to research, analyze, and offer advice on a particular subject such as a scientific problem or policy issue.

Public Administration consultants concentrate on providing policy proposals for meeting targets, deadlines, and so on within a government agency. Public administration officials enact, supervise, organise and direct the policies and actions of governments at different levels, including local, county, state, and federal levels. They are generally employed in the fields of labour, law, finance, education, and health care.

Securities law (or Capital Markets law) is the group of laws and regulations that govern the issuance of securities. A security is a financial instrument usually designed to raise money for a business from investors in the business. Securities law dictates what a corporation has to do in order to offer their investment to the public.

A Sports Lawyer's job is to act as both a Lawyer and an Agent, representing the legal and financial interests of clients, which include players, coaches, and teams.

International Lawyers are attorneys who focus their legal practise on international disputes. These types of disputes may include international business, trade, or criminal issues.

Public Interest Lawyers specialized in public interest law offers a wide variety of services to those who would otherwise not afford legal representation. They also work with groups that campaign for a specific cause. They offer legal advice, draw up legal papers, contracts and wills, and represent their clients in court proceedings. Their wages are typically compensated by non-profit organizations or by governments.

An Intellectual Property (IP) Lawyer specialises in protecting, managing and commercialising IP assets. This includes trademarks, patents, copyright, trade secrets, IP licensing and brand protection. An IP lawyer can also assist with enforcing IP rights, including litigation.

Paralegals assist attorneys by maintaining, filing records and arranging papers, summoning legal witnesses, maintaining a legal library, and more. They are also known as legal assistants or legal secretaries. They can work for a family law firm, a corporate legal department, a corporate in-house solicitor, a personal injury attorney, a real estate attorney, and several other types of lawyers.

Entertainment Attorneys help their clients to understand legal agreements, ensuring that the terms are in their clients' best interests. They work with Recording Groups, Record Producers, Songwriters, Music Publishers, Record Label Executives, Music Producers and Composers.

A family lawyer is expected to help a client resolve any issue relating to his/her family matters related to the family, such as divorce, child custody, abuse, alimony, succession, family partition, etc. Family lawyers serve as intermediaries for family members when disputes occur.

Corporate law deals with corporate issues, such as representing corporations, safeguarding the legality of commercial transactions, advising corporate employees with legal rights and duties.

M&A Lawyers ensure that legislation is enforced when a business merges with another company or when a company acquires another company. They may work internally in the business or more broadly, as a consultant in an external law firm. They are familiar with federal and state law and also need work knowledge of, among other items, tax law, employment and labour, environmental law, antitrust regulation, intellectual property, corporate finance and commercial law.

Environmental Lawyers may work with a variety of clients ranging from individuals to large corporations or government agencies. They focus on environmental rights and laws and may work on projects relating to renewable energy, sustainability, and climate change.

Cybersecurity is mainly about defending the government and corporate networks, trying to make it harder for hackers to locate and exploit vulnerabilities. Cyber security law is a law that deals within the areas of computer science, computer engineering, and information technology. Coding, networking and engineering techniques are used to make networks more stable.

Energy Law is an enactment of the law which regulates renewable and non-renewable energy use and taxation. Energy laws exist to govern energy production and harvesting. These laws also govern energy use taxation. Energy regulation includes nuclear power, renewable energy production, oil and gas regulation, etc.

The Private Equity Lawyer advises Private Equity firms on all regulatory compliances, fund raising, fund formation, company portfolio management, intellectual property, corporate finance restructuring and litigation related thereof.

Mutual Fund Lawyers offer a range of legal services to Mutual Fund firms and related employers, from help in setting up and dissolving funds to legal enforcement advice, taxes and workplace representation during disputes.

Immigration Lawyers provide advice and guidance on matters such as visa applications, green cards, citizenship and naturalization, deportation issues, and employment for non-citizens.

Arbitrators help settle conflicts outside the legal system by helping the parties involved to resolve disputes. Arbitrators shall explain the claims of the opposing parties, and shall hold initial meetings with all parties to define the arbitration process. They analyze the documentation and documents.

Helping clients in times of economic difficulties is the job of Bankruptcy Lawyers. They mainly help clients with court proceedings to reduce or eliminate debt by liquidating assets or guide them on how to move on with the bankruptcy proceedings. They can represent the debtor or the creditor.

Law Professors are former attorneys who have chosen a career in teaching and sharing their experience with students who aspire to become advocates of justice. Law professors offer tutoring and academic guidance to students, preserve class-related records, and review student coursework. Professors work together and support colleagues on research interests and other activities

A criminal lawyer practices crimes and punishments. They either represent the state or the defendant. Lawyers representing government or state are known as Public Prosecutors and the lawyers defending are known as Defense Lawyers.

Maritime law is a legal practise area that deals with nautical issues or a variety of insurance issues related to cargo on ships, civil issues between vessel owners and passengers, and piracy issues on open waters. It also covers registration, inspection and insurance of ships. Maritime lawyers are licenced lawyers whose primary emphasis is the law of any maritime operation. In cases involving the seas, oceans and other open bodies of water, they serve clients or companies.

A real estate lawyer helps the client understand contracts and documents related to real estate. They handle the zoning issues, mortgage frauds, transfer of deeds & titles, verifying the property, and various negotiations on behalf of their clients.

Civil litigation is a legal dispute between two or more parties in which one party seeks relief through financial compensation, termination of harmful conduct, or restoration of a defective product or structure, etc. Civil litigation lawyers represent clients in court cases, arbitration proceedings and trials before federal, state and municipal courts; administrative agencies; and other legal entities.

Tax Attorneys have strong knowledge of tax laws; hence they advise, navigate business companies, individuals, government agencies in making the right decisions with regards to tax laws, tax disputes, and tax-related matters.