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Corporate Law (Capital Markets)

Corporate Law (Capital Markets)

Capital Markets lawyers help corporations get funding necessary for growth through equity securities (such as stocks), debt securities (such as bonds), and other financial instruments.

Insolvency and Corporate Restructuring

Insolvency and Corporate Restructuring

While some accounting jobs focus on keeping the books organized and budget flush, and others involve auditing to see if any issues are present, an insolvency accountant only comes on board when an organization has debt that exceeds its assets.

Non-profit Consulting

Non-profit Consulting

Nonprofit consultants have the ability to make a big difference in the world and their expertise is in high demand.

Board Directorship

Board Directorship

Nonprofit board members are in charge of overseeing company management and policies.

Litigation

Litigation

Barristers generally focus on a specific area, such as criminal, corporate, or family law.

Corporate Law (Mergers & Acquisitions)

Corporate Law (Mergers & Acquisitions)

As a corporate attorney involved in mergers & acquisitions (M&A) or private equity law, the main focus is on ensuring that the financing, sale, or merger of a company goes smoothly without and legal issues to complicate matters or void contracts later.

Dispute Resolution / Litigation Law

Dispute Resolution / Litigation Law

These attorneys focus on civil matters, or person-to-person issues, as opposed to those that involve criminal charges or negotiating contracts.

Arbitration / Mediation

Arbitration / Mediation

Because taking a case to court can be both costly and time-intensive, many jurisdictions now encourage or even require that parties engaged in a dispute go through arbitration or mediation beforehand.

In-house Law

In-house Law

In-house lawyers work inside companies rather than in a traditional corporation.

University Lecturing

University Lecturing

Most professors agree that the ability to educate and uplift students is the best part of their jobs.

Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting

Financial accounting duties include monitoring an organization’s spending and cash flow, preparing financial records and statements, allocating funds to specific departments or projects, conducting internal audits, and ensuring the company is compliant with all regulations.

Tax Accounting

Tax Accounting

While tax accountants certainly help their clients with filing taxes, arguably some of their most valuable and interesting work occurs when they help their clients structure their finances and transactions in a way that helps them mitigate liabilities.

Management Accounting

Management Accounting

Management accountants help businesses make sound financial decisions.