There are many career opportunities available in the areas that support the justice system in Ireland. The Courts Vital roles for keeping the courts service functioning include Court Registrars (Clerks) and Stenographers (Court Reporter). They carry out a number of important functions, ensurng trials are scheduled and carried out effectively and that appropriate records of the case and it’s outcomes are kept.
The Courts Service advertises any vacancies through the Public Appointments Service (PAS).
The government has enormous demand for legal professionals, including in the Department of Justice, the office of the attorney general and filling various roles within different departments. For example, legal knowledge is essential to the task of drafting laws.
Law firms are not staffed by solicitors alone, the largest firms are complex operations requiring Legal receptionists, Legal Executives, Paralegals, Legal Administrators and Legal Secretaries to support their work. Even small firms will need support staff to manage the workload.
You need not have studied a full law degree to peruse these positions, there are several courses across the country that equip people with the skills and knowledge for support roles.