The problem with the oversupply of lawyers in the labor market is beginning to fade. At the same time, good experts in the field of jurisprudence have always been in demand. Employees with a law degree are needed in many areas of activity, both in state and commercial structures. Basically diploma lawyers work in the public service. Lawyers are also very much needed in private and state enterprises (in any production companies, factories, firms, etc.). They can conduct teaching, political activities, work in banks and, of course, in law firms.

Lawyers of almost all specializations can enter the public service. One has only to remember that it is divided into civil, military and law enforcement. The civil service is a work in ministries, departments, various federal and regional services and agencies, administration bodies. For example, depending on the profile of the education received, the holder of a law degree may become an employee of the Federal Penitentiary Service, the bailiff service, the Rospotrebnadzor or Rosobrnnadzor, the Federal Tax or Antitrust, or the Migration Service and other state bodies. Work for a lawyer in the civil service can also be found in the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation (head of the region) and in the Government of Russia or the subjects of the country.

There are also many people with legal education among professional military men. Not for nothing in the military universities often meet the specialty "Jurisprudence" and "Law Enforcement." The activities of these specialists are aimed at ensuring defense and security. They work, respectively, in the structures of the FSB, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Emergencies Ministry, the foreign intelligence service, the Federal Drug Control Service (FSKN) and other entities.

Representatives of the most popular, perhaps, legal professions are involved in the service in law enforcement agencies: the prosecutor's office, investigative committees, some units of the FSB, the Interior Ministry and the Emergencies Ministry, the police, the migration service, the customs service, the courts, the punishment control service. Depending on the place of work and position, a law enforcement officer may perform one or more of the following functions: provide legal assistance ( lawyer , lawyer , legal adviser , notary ), ensure security and protect public order ( police officer , district inspector), investigate offenses and conduct promptly survey work ( investigator), execute court decisions ( bailiff ), exercise prosecutorial oversight ( prosecutor ) and constitutional review ( judge ).

Lawyers today can also find work in many large and medium-sized commercial companies. These organizations have multiple sales, purchase, supply, or lease agreements, etc. A lawyer must see the risks in the contracts, be able to properly execute all the papers and advise the rest of the company's employees on the legal issues arising from them.

Almost all medium and large companies are now working with external counterparties (for sales, purchases, supplies, leases), therefore, they must have a legal expert who can see the risks in the concluded contracts. These functions can be given to both full-time specialists (depending on the size of the company and the tasks that face the legal department), and outsourced. The second option is practiced when the company maintains standard contracts or has a very wide specialization. However, as recruiters point out, reputable organizations prefer to keep lawyers on staff.