Becoming a Lawyer

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  • Hi, I am a Law Ph.D. student in Paris, France and a member of the Bar Association in Beirut, Lebanon. I would like to become qualified in the UK as a Solicitor of England and Wales. What are the steps that i should take?

    Thank you.

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  • Being a lawyer seems very challenging. What do you have to do to become one?

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  • Hi, i live in scotland and i am thinking about a career in law..however when i chose my highers last year i had a different career in mind and therefore some of my subjects would appear to be useless...is it a problem to get into uni to do law if my highers are slightly random...i have done history english french art and music...and this year i am studying higher modern studies and administration...is it ok that i am studying these subjects if i want to do law?

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  • hey , i want to becum a layer but im nt good at maths , so culd you help me plz! THANKZ

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  • hi, i am studying History at Southampton university and i want to become a solicitor, what would i need to do in order to become one?

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  • Hi, I want to become a lawyer.
    I am currentlly doing A levels: health and social care , psycology, ICT, Travel and tourism....can i still do a law degree with these a level subjects? My predicted grades are all A's

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  • I am currently choosing my A Level options, and I have a passion for Law. I want to study my a levels then go to university to study Law.

    I was thinking of choosing French, Maths, English language and Psychology for A Levels? Would these be acceptable to study law?

    I would like to work in Personal Law-Family law, what would I have to do to qualify? Is that a solicitor or barrister?

    I have had work experience at a Law firm internationally known called Ogier, found in 9 jurisdictions. I worked there in the summer and march. What else should i do, to stand out from the crowd?

    Thank you

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  • Hi,
    Im an undergraduate Criminal Justice Student, graduating in 2011, I have researched high and low, and information regarding Criminal Lawyers is minimal, which is worrying. At present, I aim to do further education after I graduate, to become a Criminal Lawyer, but I cant find any information/advice anywhere.
    Would be very grateful for any help, Thanks

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  • Hi, I'm only 15 but i'm sure that law's the thing for me. I'm planning on History, Biology, Physics, Maths and Economics at A-level. Would these be a good choice or should i study different ones? Thanks

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  • I am currently taking my GCSE's and I have to start choosing my A-level options. would French, Law, Goverment and politics and Btec Business be suitable? Should I take English?
    A few people have said that top universities don't take 'Btec's'..
    Any advice?

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