I'm looking for
- 1: A Job that functions in international organizations or at least in firms or groups that deal with international issues.
2: I'd love, but not required for something that has to do with policy or possibly something that involves long term improvement or setting things in place that will affect a large group of people overtime.
3: Travel would be a huge bonus also, and something that allows me to see the world.
4: Something that involves a good amount of communicating with people and making connections
5: Ideally I'd like something that would be financially secure. I'm not expecting to be making 6 figures right out of law school, but some type of JD focus that promotes growth, progression and can pay the bills well enough to live a good life style (i'm willing to work for this)
6: Optional: something that deals with health based international issues
i don't know if it matters but my stats are
- Psychology Major
LSAT (first time) 171 (second time) 173
So if you could give some suggestions that would be awesome. It doesn't have to fit all the criteria, and it might be impossible to find the type of law I'm looking for, I'm open to open questions and also suggestions. I have a biopsychology certificate which just means I took classes and did research that combines science and psychology together.
Thank you for any suggestions you might be able to give.