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Online Contract Management Certification Programs

Lawyers advise clients on legal matters and act as their advocates during court proceedings. Law is commonly considered one of the most challenging and lucrative professions that you can pursue, but it requires a great deal of education. Even after you finish law school – a minimum of three year’s postgraduate study – there is still more to learn, and contract management is one of the areas some lawyers seek to improve their knowledge through certification.

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Advance Your Law Career With a Certificate

Almost all legal certificate programs are graduate–level programs, so you will need at least a bachelor’s degree (and often a law degree) to enroll. Such programs are typically geared to provide attorneys with continuing education in a particular aspect of law, such as family law or tax law.

The latest U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data projects that job openings for lawyers will grow by 10% through 2020 – about as fast as the average for all occupations. Further specializing your skills in areas like elder law, environmental law and health law can help qualify you for top–level positions.