What They Do: Lawyers are tasked with the job of representing clients in criminal and civil litigation and other court proceedings, as well as managing or advising clients on legal transactions and drawing up legal documents. They may specialise in a specific area, like copyright or maritime law, or practice broadly in various areas of law.
What They Earn: In the UAE, lawyers earn, on average, AED 924,000 (£194,725) per year.
How to Become One: A law degree is essential to pursue this career. You’ll also need to pass the Bar examination.