First year law student numbers rise by 11 per cent as record numbers of A level pupils gain university places

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  • As figures fall dramatically for LPC places and training contracts get even harder to find the profession is shrinking at an alarming rate. Legal aid is now almost certainly dead in the water, QASA will kill off around a fifth of higher courts advocates from the higher end work and HVCC cases are now being systemically downgraded to graduated fees so lawyers are not taking them on; the end is surely nigh. Have you considered another career path?

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