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How to get into property law/consulting

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    Hi there, I've got offers to stud History/ History + Economics at Red Brick universities. Property Law has always fascinated me, but Law in general I felt was very saturated (too many Law graduates), so I've opted for H/H+E. I just wanted to know, if anyone could help, how I can get into property law/estate agency management after I graduate, say with a 2:1?

    Or get into one of the major london estate agencies like Savills/Knight Frank? Would getting experience at uni help?
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    You'd be in competition with people who have degrees in Law, Real Estate, Town Planning and Development, Surveying etc...

    It is possible, but would be tough, so getting some work experience would be crucial.

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