I'm finishing my degree in sociology and i was thinking to do a masters in international/human right/immigration law.
What could i do with this? I don't really want to become a lawyer, as i'd be much to nervous to represent my clients in a courtroom!
Anything else? Maybe immigratin advisor/working for a charity?
What am i looking at in terms of starting salaries though?
Well if you're a solicitor, you'd prepare the cases, not stand up in court. A barrister does that. But you could look at charities, and the Citizens Advice Bureau?
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