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    Hello,

    Suppose if I were to graduate in June 2014, complete the accelerated LPC which takes 6 months instead of the usual 1 year, does that mean that I should be applying for a TC which starts in 2015?
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    anyone?
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    It depends. There's no set time for applying. Why are you doing the 6 month LPC over the 1 year LPC?

    Many/most larger firms hire two years in advance. Then again, whilst you're on the LPC there are often firms which have vacancies for later that year.
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    Its a good move for you to train yourself upto the 2015 but for this you have to find a good law firm.

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