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    Thanks, but what could you do with a 2:1 in law from a non rg exactly? like it seems limited in comparison to other techincal degrees like Accounting for eg where you can apply for a range of jobs and it doesn't matter which institution
    not sure what use accounting is. you'd get the exemptions in the accountancy exams but you'd just be working in the time they give non accounting graduates study leave.

    you can apply for any graduate job that doesnt specify a degree. in my opinion, law is a more respected degree than english or other humanities.
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    after assessing I've realized that a GDL is too expensive and I'll just do a law degree like I was planning to do. I'll just have to work very hard to get a 2:1 or 1st in uni. Also if possible I'll try to transfer in my first year to a RG but either way I want to stick with law. Thanks for all the suggestions guys so helpful!!
 
 
 
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