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Career

Graduates of the Department of Law have a variety of career paths to choose from. Some take civil service examinations to become legal officers or administrators in central or local governments. Others work as legal assistants in law firms or legal officers in financial institutions, technology companies or other private firms before taking examinations to become lawyers, judges or prosecutors. Some graduates work in the judiciary and become enforcement officers, prosecutorial investigators, judicial associate officers, court clerks, bailiffs, functionaries or prison wardens. Still others work outside government as scrivener notaries, public notaries or land administration agents. Graduates with double majors in business administration may go on to gain accounting qualifications and become bookkeepers, tax agents or accountants, or gain intellectual property rights qualifications and work as patent attorneys. A number of graduates choose to pursue further studies and a career in academia in Taiwan or abroad.


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