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Scramble for legal jobs as graduates spurn banking

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  • Oh great

    Just what the legal profession needs. More wannabe bankers.

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  • Not so great

    It means ethnic minorities lawyers 2B will be squeezed further down the pecking order.

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  • Perhaps...

    ...ethnic minority lawyers will be forced to get jobs on their own individual merits. Tough break!

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  • Ethnic debate

    How will ethnic minority lawyers get pushed out? If they are any good then they won't. Sounds like you have an inferiority complex.

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  • Prospect of Ethnics

    it makes sence to assume that ethnic minorities will have to get jobs on their own individual merit assumming also that they get real equal opportunities.

    The writer who stated ''.... it sounds like you have inferiority commplex'' missed the point completely - you missed the opportunity to state your confidence in the system instead of being judgmental and trivalising the debate in the process

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  • 'Being judgemental'

    If by 'being judgmental' you mean making a judgement (the end result of thinking, surely?) then yes, that's just what I was being.

    My judgement is that, if not at smaller practices, at large firms decent ethnic minority lawyers are not only not discriminated against but are actually favoured so that firms can have some BME numbers on their books to show the PC police next time they come knocking. Which is always soon.

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