Any pointers for employment in Law in Chile?

I have a degree n Law and I looking for employment in this area in Antofagasta, a mining town north of Chile.

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2 Responses to “Any pointers for employment in Law in Chile?”

  1. nobita_nobi Says:

    As I see, you should travel and see…

    But I think is difficult because because only Ecuador and Spain uses the same law of Chile (or almost the same).

    I hope it helped.

    Fabián.

  2. Star Says:

    1) Hang up your own shingle – that is, start your own business;
    2) Are there temporary employment agencies in Chile that staff jobs at law firms? If so, sign up with all of them!;
    3) Send out resumes to all the firms in the area;
    4) Check with the alumni association where you obtained your degree and see if they have any "leads";
    5) Check with the career center where you obtained your degree and see if they have any "leads."

    Those are all the pointers I have…