Working in health-related law ranges from formulating legal policy to helping clients with drug or alcohol-related legal issues, to researching and reforming the law and assisting clients with disputes with health service providers.

Some organisations, including the Second Steps program may require health-related qualifications such as diploma or degree in social work or psychology. For others, particularly research and policy, a law degree is enough.

Organisations offering career opportunities in health-related law

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