Biology is a diverse field. A bachelor's degree in biology can lead you down a variety of career paths based on your other interests, likes and dislikes, and workplace preferences.
For example, you could merge an interest in law with your interest in biology for a career – both skill areas will be needed as genetically engineered plants and animals are created, patented, and become commercial products. Another option is a newly created job in the field of environmental law.
Creating your own career path can be a hard decision, but you can always consult your advisor and professors as well as alumni and other professionals for input and advice. The resources below might also be helpful.