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I recently graduated college with a Bachelors in Science. My major was Government with a specialization of Pre-Law. I know some of my options however, I am not quite sure where to start. I am not looking to attend law school, at least not yet. I am looking to hear from people that were in similar situations, or people with some advice on jobs, gaining experience, or other insight to a graduate with my qualifications
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