Solicitors advise clients about the law and act on their behalf in legal matters.
A police officer keeps law and order, investigates crime and supports crime prevention.
Forensic scientists prepare traces of physical evidence for use in courts of law.
Court legal advisers are trained lawyers who advise magistrates and district judges about the law.
Company secretaries make sure that directors follow company law and financial regulations.
Legal executives specialise in one area of law and carry out similar tasks to solicitors.
Conveyancers are property lawyers who deal with the paperwork and finances needed to buy and sell property or land in England and Wales.
Crown prosecutors make sure that decisions to bring people to court are fair and likely to succeed.
Legal secretaries provide administrative support for lawyers and legal executives.
Barristers give specialist legal advice, advising solicitors and representing people in court and at tribunals and public inquiries.
Environmental health officers make sure people's surroundings are safe, healthy and hygienic.
Paralegals carry out research, prepare legal documents and give legal advice to clients.
European Union officials work for institutions like the European Commission or the European Parliament.
Trading standards officers protect consumers and businesses by promoting a safe and fair trading environment.
Tax advisers help their clients plan their finances, to make sure they're paying the right amount of tax.
Patent attorneys decide if it’s worth applying for a patent on a new invention, design or process.
Barristers' clerks deal with the admin in barristers' offices and organise the barristers' workload.
Sports agents negotiate employment contracts for their clients.
Microbiologists study micro-organisms like bacteria, viruses, fungi and algae.
Electronics engineers design and develop systems for industry, from mobile communications to manufacturing and aerospace.