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Posted by: Kgabo | 2007/03/30

Need direction

Hi guys!

there's no proper forum where i can actually post my question but i posted here because i believe i can be given some idea as where to go.

im working as a Call centre agent, i love this career path but i would love to work in a legal field. i've only done Public law as a subject for one year that's all.
what i want to know is if there are legal company's that require call centre agent who dont necessarily have a legal qualification.

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Lets see what other readers suggest, Kgabo. I'm not sure whether law firms actually need or use a formal call centre --- receptionist / telephonist, yes, but your skills would sound to be more complex.

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Posted by: RMC | 2007/03/30

Did yo try legalwise? They have a call centre? Or something like CCMA?

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Posted by: Echelle | 2007/03/30

Why don't you just apply for a job at a legal firm and point out in your cv that you had public law as a subject. Go to gumtree - there's lots of jobs there and maybe you can e-mail them and ask them?

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