Prejudice rife in law firms' old boy networks

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  • Going to Oxford or Cambridge is a sign that someone has achieved very good A Level results, passed a difficult selection process and then had a good university education, in which they have had to work extremely hard. It is not in the least bit surprising that people from 'higher-ranked' universities end up getting better jobs than people who attend lower ranked universities, for which the initial entrance requirements are much lower and which do not provide the same quality of education. Employers absolutely should use university attended as an one of the indicators of merit.

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