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    I'm not sure if this is in the right sub-forum, so if it isn't feel free to move.

    I'm planning on doing a Law degree starting in Sept 2009 and over the past few months I've been feeling really keen about working in Fraud, particularly that of State benefit fraud. I already have a part-time job in the Department of Work and Pensions, albeit in a completely unrelated area.

    I was just curious as to if anyone knew how to get a foot in the door so to speak or even how to apply to this type of job. I know it's at least four years off as I wouldn't start until I've finished Uni but it's always good to know.

    Any help is appreciated, Thanks.
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    Why don't you email someone in FESD or F&E ops? (which side do you want to be in?)

    And why would you want to do that after getting a law degree?
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    (Original post by Quady)
    Why don't you email someone in FESD or F&E ops? (which side do you want to be in?)

    And why would you want to do that after getting a law degree?
    The law degree is more of an interest really, though I'm considering going into civil law if I decide not to go with Fraud. I think it would be particularly useful as well, in relation to financial law etc.
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    in which case you'll need to be in legal group...
 
 
 
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