To become a lawyer through the traditional route, you'll first need to complete a qualifying law degree (LLB) at university, or study another subject at undergraduate level then take the one-year GDL Conversion course. At this point the pathways for aspiring solicitors and barristers diverge.

If you want to be a solicitor you must complete the vocational Legal Practice Course (LPC) before underta... more

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