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Average Salary by Degree/Major Subject for Industry: Civil Litigation

Updated: 13 Sep 2014
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Industry: Civil Litigation
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Degree/Major Subject
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Juris Doctor (JD), Master of Jurisprudence, or Master of Law (LLM)
150 salaries
$50,008 - $144,061  
   
Bachelor's Degree
87 salaries
$32,953 - $72,949  
Juris Doctor (JD / Law)
73 salaries
$44,741 - $132,970  
Associate's Degree
50 salaries
$28,383 - $61,167  
Juris Doctor (JD), Law
14 salaries
$51,220 - $160,000  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Political Science (PolySci)
13 salaries
$26,791 - $168,077  
Juris Doctor (JD / Law), Political Science (PolySci)
11 salaries
$60,820 - $473,436  
Doctor of Law (JD)
9 salaries
$70,100 - $111,390  
Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Paralegal Studies
8 salaries
$37,134 - $55,463  
Associate Degree (AD), Paralegal Studies
7 salaries
$35,000 - $57,550  
Juris Doctor (JD / Law), Business Administration
7 salaries
$61,042 - $90,000  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Psychology
6 salaries
$34,811 - $61,042  
Bachelor of Arts (BA), History
5 salaries
$29,500 - $61,500  
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Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 13 Sep 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 299

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