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    Do you have to study law to join the Law Society?
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    (Original post by Sir KBS)
    Do you have to study law to join the Law Society?
    Nope..I think you might have to study a related course though to gain a position of power.
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    (Original post by Tsunami2011)
    Nope..I think you might have to study a related course though to gain a position of power.
    Ha, lucky I have no interest in such a position. But is it realistic to expect to join as an engineer given the number of law, history, politics etc students
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    (Original post by Sir KBS)
    Ha, lucky I have no interest in such a position. But is it realistic to expect to join as an engineer given the number of law, history, politics etc students
    Its fine! From my friends's experience its a good way to mingle with other students, there's no limit on the amount of members, so its a good way to get involved in uni life. You can join, even if its just to take advantage of the socials!
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    (Original post by Tsunami2011)
    Its fine! From my friends's experience its a good way to mingle with other students, there's no limit on the amount of members, so its a good way to get involved in uni life. You can join, even if its just to take advantage of the socials!
    Cheers mate.
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    Very excited about the prospect of firming Warwick for European Law (French), but I am a bit concerned with the social life there. If anyone can assure me that the social life is excellent/how it compares to Nottingham, I think I will be sure of firming my place at Warwick.
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    I firmed Warwick a couple of weeks ago and haven't received anything from them. Should I have? Maybe I should email them
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    (Original post by jooj)
    Very excited about the prospect of firming Warwick for European Law (French), but I am a bit concerned with the social life there. If anyone can assure me that the social life is excellent/how it compares to Nottingham, I think I will be sure of firming my place at Warwick.
    I have 2 friends at Warwick and they absolutely love it, 1 is doing law. At any uni there will be people going out and having a good time it's inevitable! It's all about the people you meet and you will make it good plus the SU and societies look amazing, surely one of the best in the country. Nottingham may admittedly have better clubs though but Brum isn't too far for the odd night out which I assure you will be better than Notts
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    Alright guys, I've firmed Warwick for Computer Science .
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    (Original post by squareroot1764)
    I firmed Warwick a couple of weeks ago and haven't received anything from them. Should I have? Maybe I should email them
    I don't think so.

    I firmed a few weeks ago too.
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    ^ same not sure. thinking of firming birmingham or warwick for physics and putting nottingham or southampton as insurance. aaah any advice im so confused :/
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    (Original post by AYEP)
    ^ same not sure. thinking of firming birmingham or warwick for physics and putting nottingham or southampton as insurance. aaah any advice im so confused :/
    Definitely firm Warwick, insure Notts
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    (Original post by squareroot1764)
    I firmed Warwick a couple of weeks ago and haven't received anything from them. Should I have? Maybe I should email them
    I firmed a month ago. All i have received so far is a post from UCAS stating my firm and insurance. Dont think Warwick send a direct acknowledgment though :|
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    (Original post by squareroot1764)
    I firmed Warwick a couple of weeks ago and haven't received anything from them. Should I have? Maybe I should email them
    I thought i was the only one who didn't get anything. Maybe they just dont acknowledge when people put them as their firm choice :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Purple1031)
    I thought i was the only one who didn't get anything. Maybe they just dont acknowledge when people put them as their firm choice :dontknow:
    That's wierd - i've had almost 3 emails from them now...check Junk mail?
    Otherwise, which courses are you guys doing, maybe it's the department..? :confused:
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    (Original post by narusku)
    That's wierd - i've had almost 3 emails from them now...check Junk mail?
    Otherwise, which courses are you guys doing, maybe it's the department..? :confused:
    I applied for law, what did you apply for?
    Also, what did they say in the emails? I checked everything and im certain i didnt get anything from them
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    (Original post by Purple1031)
    I applied for law, what did you apply for?
    Also, what did they say in the emails? I checked everything and im certain i didnt get anything from them
    I like! Another law buddy

    I got an offer for Law with a study abroad in English which I firmed last week
    departmental open day notices, bursary shizzle and a letter confirming my offer
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    (Original post by Sir KBS)
    Do you have to study law to join the Law Society?
    Since no-one's answered your question, no. So long as you've paid Socs Fed, you can join pretty much all societies (though there are restrictions on a couple). You need to pay for Warwick Sport membership before joining sports teams however.
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    So I emailed Warwick about not receiving anything from them, and they replied saying that I should get an email after Easter.
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    Possibly firming Warwick for Chemistry, just really cant decide between Warwick or Sheffield at the moment. I'm sooooooooooo confused!

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